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"IT IS A ROUGH ROAD THAT LEADS 

HEIGHTS OF 



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In the beginning, we were a school 
with no symbol. A spirited Latin de- 
partment competition produced a motto. 
Imaginative students and teachers en- 
visioned the Lancer in Jet and White 
and gave him a place of honor upon a 
shield designed in the shape of the 
school auditorium. Thus, the Long- 
meadow High School seal was born. 






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MISS LILLIAN ERICKSON 



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"Miss Erickson, we've got to get these posters up 
before the end of school today. Could you drop 
everything and make them up for us?" This type of 
request has never been ignored by Miss Lillian Erick- 
son; she is always ready to help, anywhere in the 
school. Together with Mr. Suher, Miss Erickson has 
worked each year as adviser in the production of the 
Masacksic. In the creation of the school newspaper, 
Miss Erickson performed the almost incredible task 
of printing the first few issues of the jet ]otter in 
the art room. Although Miss Erickson would be the 
first person to object, we feel that she is a vital factor 
in the spirit of our school. 

The unique relationship which Miss Erickson 
maintains with each student is one of her most 
amazing strengths. As an artist, she knows what must 
be done to correct a picture; as a teacher, she has 
the patience and restraint, rare in artists, to let the 
student carry the final responsibility for his work. 
This combination of abilities is the key which has 
helped many students develop the confidence that 
fosters creativity. 

Looking back on our school years at Longmeadow 
High School, we, the Class of 1963, wish to express 
our appreciation for the hours Miss Erickson has 
spent working with us and for us to make our life 
at this school more enjoyable. 



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"A private place 
for creative art." 




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"A good team forgets its last game; let's get out ^ 
lere and show them who we are today!" Implicit 1 
i this statement are both the spirit which is Maurice J 
uher's and his desire to instill this spirit in the SJ 
linds of the varsity soccer players. 

Striving to produce an outstanding yearbook takes 
erseverance. Each year Mr. Suher spends many hours 
iking pictures and re-checking ads to make sure 
lat both meet the high standards he has set and 
laintained since he was first associated with the 
lasacksic. 

Another of Mr. Suher 's outstanding traits is his 
;nse of humor. His witticisms bring laughter and 
mjoyment to both students and faculty. In the Funday 
roduction — another responsibility he has shouldered 
)r several years — Mr. Suher puts his humor to good 
se, as the proceeds from this hilarious event benefit 
le Student Council scholarship fund. 

No description of Mr. Suher would be complete 
'/ithout including the two qualities which we, the 
ilass of 1963, appreciated the most — his continual 
elp and friendliness. The guidance which he offered 
) us in our studies, on the athletic field, and in 
ie production of the Masacksic, aided us greatly 
iroughout these last four years. Certainly, we wish 
) express our appreciation for this help, but even 
lore important than the help is the way it was given, 
laurice Suher treated us, not as an adult showing 

what to do, but rather as a friend sharing each 
xperience with us. 



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MR. MAURICE SUHER 



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Tradition and spirit are strong at Longmeadow High 
School although only eight years have passed since the 
Jet and White first appeared, the Lancer first charged, 
and Veritas, Virtus, Vigilia first shone on the shield. The 
spirit of the first year has grown with the students and 
activities of the school to form the strong traditions 
reflected in this Masacksic. 



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MR. RICHARD N. HOLTER 
Chairman 




MRS. CHARLES W. CARTER 



Tradition and Spirit are nebulous matters. They are 
not like buildings, or equipment, or playing fields, or 
staff members. They are tremendously important, how- 
ever. They are the difference between a good school and 
a mediocre school; the difference between a school that 
is outstanding and one that is unknown. 

Longmeadow High School quickly developed outstand- 
ing spirit. Its athletic teams, its musical organizations, 
and its dramatic and literary activities have had excellent 
student and community support. It is developing a tradi- 
tion of high standards in scholarship and responsibility. 

As a school gets larger and more impersonal, such 
qualities sometimes are lost. 

Let's all determine to do all we can to build the tradi- 
tion and maintain the spirit that will continue to make 
this high school outstanding. 



MRS. RUSSELL P. DALE, JR. 




MR. ROBERT BRIGHAM 



FACULTY COUNCIL 




No organization, whether busi- 
ness, governmental or educational, 
can go far in the pursuit of excel- 
lence without effective internal 
communication of ideas. The Fac- 
ulty Council is essentially a com- 
munications center. All areas of 
our educational program send a 
representative to make up this 
group. Within this group the pres- 
ent and future educational needs of 
our students are discussed. Every 
recommendation for improvement 
or revision of our program is con- 
sidered, weighed, and debated at 
length in order that we may con- 
tinue to offer to the youth of Long- 
meadow the finest educational plan 
we can devise. 



FRONT ROW: Miss Lillian Erickson, Mr. Ralph Shindler, Mr. Edgar Craver, 
Mr. William Dexter, Miss Onaita Maclntyre. BACK ROW: Mr. Edward Pratt, 
Mr. Robert D'Agostino, Mr. Olivio Lopes, Mr. Stanley Ursprung, Mr. Robert Ness. 




STUDENT 
COUNCIL 



FRONT ROW: Peggy Melvin, 
Bob Mauterstock, Pam Stone, 
Steve Parker, Mary Alice As- 
taldi, Roy dela Cruz, Anne 
Wallace. BACK ROW: Mr. 
Joly, Frank Coes, Bart Frisbie, 
Jim Finn, Meredith Mudgett, 
Clark Shattuck, Carol Feld- 
man, Jeff Lyman, John Potter, 
Roger Wilson, Mr. Shindler. 



This year the Longmeadow High School Student Council continued its active 
participation in the life of our school. Two new and difficult tasks were undertaken. 
In the fall the Council held a Dad's Day, a day on which it invited all the fathers of 
football players to attend the Minnechaug game. At halftime, the fathers were honored 
by the performance of the band and drill team. 

The Council also sponsored an Alumni Reception in December, working toward 
the goal of forming an alumni organization from those classes that have graduated. 
The work for this reception was done by Meredith Mudgett, Pamela Stone, and Mary 
Alice Astaldi. The project rounded out a highly successful 1962-63 Student Council 
program. 




To the Longmeadow High School 
Graduates of the Class of 1963: 

Congratulations to you for having suc- 
cessfully met the requirements for gradua- 
tion from Longmeadow High School. 

You well deserve these congratulations 
for I know that as a class you have had to 
work harder for your diplomas than has any 
class that preceded you. Your high school 
years have been critical ones in world his- 
tory. The problems raised by Communism, 
the emergence of new nations, the European 
Common Market, and the dawn of the space 
age have created a new awareness on the part 
of all Americans of the vital need for qual- 
ity education in our schools. Because of this 
realization, your course of studies in Long- 
meadow High School has been marked by 
many changes in content and depth and the 
utilization of new teaching materials and 
methods. Increasingly strict standards of per- 
formance have been required of all students. 
These challenges you have successfully met 
and you richly deserve your hard-won gradu- 
ation certificates. 

The Class of 1963 has been a credit to our 
school and town. Good luck and may God 
bless each of you in your future endeavors. 

ROBERT D. RUSSELL 

Superintendent 



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"What is the spirit of Longmeadow?" is 
a question each one has to answer for him- 
self. To me, the spirit of Longmeadow High 
School is a lively and active one which chal- 
lenges and exercises the mental abilities of 
everyone who comes under its spell. The 
student who spends many hours in the 
shadow of the spirit, the teacher, who feels 
its influence as he instructs, all are affected. 
In a short eight years Longmeadow High 
School has developed a strong tradition. You, 
the class of 1963, will carry this spirit and 
tradition with you, for it has become a part 
of you. 

An integral part of the Longmeadow tra- 
dition is an insistence upon thinking of a 
high caliber. As the lancer of old honed his 
sword to a keen edge, you have sharpened 
your mind's ability to think, to make deci- 
sions. Keep it honed and sharp. Do not let 
rust gather on it by accepting the thoughts 
and decisions of others as your own. When 
the challenges come, as they will, you will 
be ready to make the decisions and strong 
enough to accept the responsibility that goes 
with them. 

EDGAR G. CRAVER 
Principal 





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School spirit is the heartbeat of any strong 
and growing student body. What can be 
more important? If spirit is high, academic 
achievement and participation in the extra- 
curricular program will follow naturally. 

It is my hope that after graduation you 
will continue to show the same enthusiasm, 
loyalty, and sincerity to your college or place 
of employment that we have seen at Long- 
meadow High School during the past four 
years. Attempt to awaken the sleeping spirit 
that may be lying dormant in others; encour- 
age the eager to do more and lend a sup- 
porting hand to the unsteady. Light candles; 
in later years many will shine back to cheer 
you. 

If you exhibit interest and enthusiasm in 
whatever you do, people will soon realize 
that you are alive to your opportunities. If 
you live and work in a spirit of utter sin- 
cerity, you will add significance and a spar- 
kle of color to your daily lives. Don't ever 
lose that sparkle. 

RALPH L. SHINDLER 
Assistant Principal 






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IF YOU WOULD THOROUGHLY KNOW 



ANYTHING, TEACH IT TO OTHERS: 




Our secretaries are the scribes 
who coordinate and record our activities. 




Guidance prepares us 
for the tourney of life. 



MR. JAMES CLIMO 

Well, I see you've made 

honor roll this time." 





MR. WILLIAM DEXTER 
Have you signed up for . . .? 



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MISS GLADYS JENSEN 
"Have I seen you before?" 



MR. LOUIS JOSSELYN 

Plan and make good use of 

your time." 





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English is the jpillar 

on which our 
education is built. 



MR. ROBERT HOMER 

"Get to work!" 




MISS ANNE MARIE 

LYNCH 

"And in short . . ." 



MRS. AMANDA 

WANEGAR 

"I'll have to refer to the de 

partment law." 



Our camera catches Miss 
Lyons explaining advanced 
composition to Ronnie John- 
ston and Steve Parker. 










Mathematics gives expression to 
the physical relations of the universe. 



MR. WILLIAM AHERN 
"This is true." 



MR. GEORGE ALDRICH 
"Comprenez-vous? Verstehen 



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Roy dela Cruz, Karen Stothert and Mr. J 

Ness enjoy finding the solution to math 
problems. 



MR. ROBERT NESS 
Now what do you suppose 




History mirrors the spirit of the past, 
and influences the spirit of the future. 




MR. JOSEPH LAV ALLEY 

JR. 

"This is neither here nor 

there." 






MR. WALTER REPPUCCI 
"Out!!" 



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MR. MENAHEM KAHAN 
"How's it possible?" 



MISS ONAITA MacINTYRE 
"Tant pis!" 



A foreign language reflects 
the development of its national culture. 







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Science reflects the ever expanding 
world of nature. 




All the arts 




by mutual 




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MRS. GERTRUDE 

BLAKEBOROUGH 

'Pin this little fella to this 

little fella." 




Health and Physical Education 
enable us to lead active lives. 




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'LIFE IS A GAME WHICH MUST BE PLAYED." 







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JAMES THOMAS FINN 

30 Fernleaf Avenue 

(Entered Longmeadow High School 

February, 1961) 

"The social, friendly, honest man." 

— Burns 

Jim — Student Council; Class Vice-Presi- 
dent 3, President 4; Leaders' Club; 
Traffic Squad; Marshal Class of 1962; 
Junior Prom Chairman; Junior Prom 
King; Funday; Band; Soccer-co-Captain 
4; Baseball. 




RICHARD WILLIAM COWLES 

372 Maple Road 
"His wide, rare smile is sweet with 
certainties." — Henley 
Rick — Class Vice-President 4; Usher 
Class of 1962; Leaders' Club; Traffic 
Squad; Funday; Glee Club; Soccer- 
Captain 4; Junior Prom Committee. 




FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 

Mary Alice Astaldi, Vice-president; Meredith 
Mudgett, Secretary; Charles Carter, President; 
Barbara Licht, Treasurer. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

30 Meredith Mudgett, Secretary; Kathy Kelly, Treasurer; 

Charles Carter, President; Steve Parker, Vice-president. 



SENIOR CLASS ADVISERS 

Mr. Orsen Joly and Miss Margery Baird 




MEREDITH MUDGETT 

78 Colton Place 
"Purity of heart is the noblest 
inheritance." — Claudiers 
Smudgie — National Honor Society 3, 4 
Student Council; Usher Class of 1962 
Student Government Day; Girls' State 
Junior Prom Committee; Leaders' Club: 
Masacksic-Busmess; Class Secretary 1, 2, 
3, 4; Cycloramists; Orchestra; Latin 
Club; French Club; Drill Team. 





NANCY BECKER ALMGREN 

42 Dartmouth Road 
"As we march'd, march'd in the 
Mulligan Guard." — Harrigan 
Aim — Usher for Class of 1962; Junior 
Prom Chairman; Class Treasurer 3, 4; 
Masacksic-T reasuter 4; Fashion Show; 
Freshman Chorus; Cafeteria Aide; Red 
Cross Club; Drill Team-Captain 4; In- 
tramurals; Sport Night; Student Aide. 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Meredith Mudgett, Secretary; Jim Finn, presi- 
dent; Richard Cowles, Vice-president; Nancy 
Almgren, Treasurer. 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Meredith Mudgett, Secretary; Steve Parker, President; 
Jim Finn, Vice-president; Nancy Almgren, Treasurer. 



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STEPHEN WARREN ALPORT 

50 Warren Terrace 

"In quiet and confidence shall be your 

strength." — Bible 

Steve — Glee Club; Orchestra; Band; In- 

tramurals; Track. 



CONSTANCE H. ADAMS 

51 Converse Street 
(Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, 1960) 

"A merry heart maketh a cheerful 

countenance." — Bible 

Connie — Glee Club; Red Cross Club; 

Junior Prom Committee. 




DAVID BRUCE ARLEN 

70 Sunset Lane 
"Wise men argue causes . . ." — 
Anarcharsis 
Dave — A. I.C. Model Congress; Chess 
Club; Audio-Visual Aides Club; Cafe- 
teria Aide; World Affairs Club-Secre- 
tary 4; Great Books Club-Chairman; 
Model Security Council; Model General 
Assembly; Intramurals. 



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ROBERT E. ARNOLD 

56 Benedict Terrace 

"Humor is of a general quality always 

mingled with sensability." — Giles 

Chip — Audio- Visual Aides Club; World 

Affairs Club; Great Books Club. 




ROBIN AMYX 

26 Homestead Boulevard 
"A soft answer turneth away wrath." — 

Bible 
Masacksic — Business; Fashion Show; 
Red Cross Club; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee; Intramurals; Student Aide; Les Cui- 
sinieres. 




MARY ALICE ASTALDI 

81 Lincoln Park 
"The very pink of perfection." — 
Goldsmith 
Mary Al — Governor's Aide; Usher Class 
of 1962; Junior Prom Queen; Student 
Council-Treasurer 3, Secretary 4; Class 
Vice-president 1; Masacksic-Sectetaty 4; 
Jet Jotter; Fashion Show; Funday; 
Freshman Chorus; Glee Club; Red Cross 
Club; French Club; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Cheerleader; Sport Night; White 
Team-Captain; Intramurals; Girls' Gym- 
nastic Team-Captain 3; American Field 
Service-Exchange Student; Student Aide; 
Field Hockey Team. 



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DAVID HALE BARRETT 

32 Villa Street 
"Science, when well digested, is nothing 

but sense and reason." — Stanislaus 
Dave — Science Fair-Honorable Mention, 
Third Prize 2, First Prize 3; A.I.C. 
Model Congress; Model United Nations; 
Chess Club; Audio-Visual Aides Club; 
World Affairs Club; Photography Club; 
Creative Writing Club; Intramurals; 
Great Books Club. 




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ARLENE GAIL BERKELEY 

180 Birch Road 
"What is becoming in behavior is hon- 
orable, and what is honorable is 
becoming." — Cicero 
Arl — Fashion Show; Cafeteria Aide; Li- 
brary Aide; Office Aide; Junior Prom 
Committee; Glee Club. 



JOHN ANTHONY BARON 

161 Wenonah Road 
"The scholar is the student of the 
world." — Emerson 
National Honor Society 3-Vice Presi- 
dent 4; National Merit Scholarship-Semi - 
finalist; Harvard Book Award; Science 
Fair Winner-Second prize 3; Traffic 
Squad; ]et jotter; A.I.C. Model Con- 
gress; Oklahoma; Chess Club- Vice Pres- 
ident 2; Glee Club; Orchestra; Band; 
World Affairs Club; Latin Club-Vice 
President 3; Lyrics; Western Massa- 
chusetts Mathematics League. 





JAMES FREDERICK BATEMAN 

383 Converse Street 

"Life has no blessing like a prudent 

friend." — Euripides 

Jim — Traffic Squad; Band; Library Aide; 

JV. Basketball; Tennis. 



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DONALD THOMAS BISESTI 

48 Converse Street 

"He is truly great that is little in himself 

and that maketh no account of any 

height of honors." — aKempis 

Don — Masacksic-Business; Junior Prom 

Committee; Intramurals. 



MICHAEL JOHN BETLEY 

65 Arlington Road 
( Entered Longmeadow High School 

January, I960) 

"I had a pleasant time with my mind, 

for it was happy." — Alcott 

Mike — Chess Club; Math Club; Junior 

Prom Committee; Golf. 



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ARTHUR MICHAEL BLOOM 

274 Converse Street 

"The bow string of my spirit was not 

slack." — Campbell 

Art — Science Fair-Honorable Mention 

3; Traffic Squad; Jet jotter; Oklahoma; 

Orchestra; Band; J.V. Baseball; Soccer. 



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LYNN CAROL BLANCHETTE 

490 Bliss Road 
(Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, 1960) 
"Nothing is so hard, but search will 
find it out." — Herrick 
Masacksic-Art; Cycloramists; Red Cross 
Club; French Club; Creative Writing 
Club; Majorettes; Drill Team; Junior 
Prom Committee; Intramurals; Supply 
Room Staff. 




RONNIE SUSAN BLOOM 
1 1 Hazelwood Avenue 
"Sing away sorrow, cast away care." — 
Cervantes 
Ron — Oklahoma; Fashion Show; Fun- 
day; Freshman Chorus; Glee Club; Or- 
chestra; Band; Cafeteria Aide; Red 
Cross Club; French Club; Junior Prom 
Committee; Lyrics. 



JOSEPH ANDREW BOTTONE 

48 Barclay Street 
"Such strength as a man has, he should 
use." — Cicero 
Joe — Science Fair-Honorable Mention 
3; Traffic Squad; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee; Intramurals; Hockey. 





BRUCE O'CONNOR BROWN 

53 Bliss Road 
"Be more prompt to go to a friend in 
adversity than in prosperity." — Chilo 

Chess Club; Audio-Visual Aides Club; 

World Affairs Club; Intramurals. 






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CONSTANCE JEANE BRAY 

174 Longmeadow Street 
"Now I am beginning to live a little." 
— Alcott 
Connie — Leader's Club; Masacksic; Latin 
Club; Drill Team; Cheerleader; Intra- 
murals; Junior Prom Committee; Sport 
Night. 



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MARGUERITE NANCY CAYON 

1228 Longmeadow Street 
"Great oaks from little acorns grow." — - 

Anonymous 
Midge — Glee Club; Red Cross Club; 
French Club. 



BARBARA BUSH 

9 Caravelle Drive 
"Sweeter also than honey and the 
honeycomb." — Bible 
Barb — Masacksic; Cycloramists; Fashion 
Show; Funday; Cafeteria Aide; Library 
Aide; Red Cross Club; Junior Prom 
Committee. 






PETER THOMAS CHERBAS 

16 Pleasantview Avenue 
(Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, 1960) 
"Rather than love, than money, than 
fame, give me truth." — Thoreau 
Pete — National Honor Society 3, 4; 
National Merit Scholarship — Semi-final- 
ist; Williams Book Award; Science 
Fair-Honorable Mention 2, First Prize 
3; Traffic Squad; Jet /otter-Editorial 
Staff; A.I.C Model Congress; Okla- 
homa; Orchestra; World Affairs Club- 
President 3, 4. 



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BARBARA ANN COHEN 

15 Magnolia Circle 
"As full of spirit as the month of 
May . ' ' — Shakespeare 
Barb — Masacksic - Business; Fashion 
Show; Freshman Chorus; Glee Club; 
Cafeteria Aide; Library Aide; Red Cross 
Club; French Club; Math Club; Junior 
Prom Committee. 





SHERRI ANNE COHEN 

134 Edgewood Avenue 
"Art obtains the prize." — Pope 
Masacksic — Art. 



ROBERT LOUIS COHEN 

83 Longfellow Drive 
"Danger glares like sunshine to a 
brave man's eyes." — Euripides 
Bob — Leaders' Club; Masacksic-Busi- 
ness; Red Cross Club; J.V. Soccer; Foot- 
ball; J.V. Basketball; J.V. Baseball; 
Intramurals. 



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JOHN PHILLIP CONDON 

210 Bliss Road 

"Life is Ecstasy." — Emerson 

Funday; Glee Club; Red Cross Club; 

Soccer; Football; J.V. Football; Hockey. 





REED L. CRUESS 

28 Edgemont Street 

"No man is happy who does not think 

himself so." — Antonius 

Leaders' Club; Traffic Squad; Soccer; 

J.V. Soccer; Baseball; J.V. Baseball; In- 

tramurals. 



BARBARA ANN CORCORAN 

434 Bliss Road 
"Always true and faithful as can be." 
— Braley 
Masacksic - Business; Fashion Show; 
Freshman Chorus; Glee Club; Cafeteria 
Aide; Red Cross Club; Latin Club; Sport 
Night; Intramurals; Drill Team. 






CONSTANCE MARTIN DARLING 

120 Nevins Avenue 
"The highest wisdom is continual cheer- 
fulness." — Montaigne 
Connie — Masacksic-Litetary; Fashion 
Show; Latin Club; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Intramurals; Sport Night; Les 
Cuisinieres. 



SUSAN MARY DALE 

675 Williams Street 
"Youth is alive." — Bradford 
Sue — Usher for class of 1962; Leaders' 
Club; Masacksic-Hometoom Sales Chair- 
man; Fashion Show; Funday; Freshman 
Chorus; Cafeteria Aide; Red Cross Club; 
Latin Club; Junior Prom Committee; 
Cheerleader; Intramurals; Sport Night. 



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LYNN ELLEN DAVENPORT 

43 Barrington Road 
"She is a woman, therefore to be won." 
— Shakespeare 
Glee Club; Cafeteria Aide; Office Aide; 
Red Cross Club; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee; Sport Night; Intramurals; Drill 
Team; Gymnastics Club; Student Aide; 
Field Hockey Team. 



LAWRENCE ADAMS DAY 

371 Maple Road 
"He whom God hath gifted with love 
cf retirement." — Bulver 
Larry — Cycloramists; Glee Club; 



chestra; Band; Football-Manager; 
ketball-Manager; Intramurals. 



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THOMAS JOSEPH DONNELLY 

69 Emerson Road 

( Entered Longmeadow High School 

January, 1961) 

"The injuries we do and those we suffer 

are seldom weighed in the same 

scales." — Aesop 

General — Funday; Basketball; Baseball. 



PROSPERO FONTILLAS delaCRUZ 

36 Driod, Cubao, Quezon, Philippines 
"Virtue and genuine graces in them- 
selves speak what no words can utter." 
— Shakespeare 
Roy — National Honor Society-Honorary 
Member; Student Council - Honorary 
Member; Traffic Squad; Orchestra; 
Western Massachusetts Mathematics 
League. 








DONALD T. EBERHARDT 

243 Burbank Road 
"Business is the salt of life." — Fuller 
Don — Audio-Visual Aides Club; Cafe- 
teria Aide. 



SANDRA JEAN DYSON 

70 Belleclaire Avenue 
"He wins much who wants little." — 
Shammai 
Sandy — Masacksic-Lheraty; Oklahoma; 
Fashion Show; Future Teachers of 
America-President 3, 4; Library Aide; 
Red Cross Club; Latin Club; Junior 
Prom Committee; Lyrics; Sport Night; 
Intramurals; Les Cuisinieres; Western 
Massachusetts District Chorus; Glee 
Club. 





ROBERT ALLAN FAGIN 

69 Kenmore Drive 
(Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, 1960) 

"If my heart were not light I would 

die." — Baillie 

Gu.< — Junior Prom Committee; Track. 



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ELIZABETH AMY FEIN 

413 Converse Street 
"A wise skepticism is the first attribute 
of a good critic." — Lowell 
Betty — Masacksic-Literary; Jet Jotter; 
Freshman Chorus; Glee Club; Latin 
Club; French Club-Vice President 4; 
Sport Night. 





DAVID BRIAN FISHER 

80 Arlington Road 

( Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, I960) 

"Character is a diamond that scratches 

every other stone." — Bartol 

Dave — Intramurals. 



JOHN WYMAN FILKINS 

542 Laurel Street 

"Victory belongs to the most per- 

severi ng. ' ' — Napoleon 

John — Traffic Squad; Oklahoma; Glee 

Club; Lyrics; Intramurals. 




STEPHEN GORDON FOX 

109 Oakwood Drive 
"Let there be jesting without bitterness." 

— Martial 
Foxy — Traffic Squad; Masacksic - Liter- 
ary; Oklahoma; Glee Club; Library 
Aide; Junior Prom Committee; J.V. 
Soccer; Tennis; Lyrics; Intramurals. 




MEREDITH ANN FORDYCE 

99 Oxford Road 
"Simplicity of all things, is the hardest 

to be copied." — Steele 
Leader's Club; Freshman Chorus; Glee 
Club; Red Cross Club; Latin Club; 
French Club; Intramurals; Sport Night; 
Future Nurses of America; Field Hockey 
Team. 




LOUISE EDITH FREEDMAN 

34 Ellington Street 
"Unless we hasten, we shall be left 
behind." — Seneca 
Squeeg — National Honor Society; Ma- 
sacksic-Advenising co-chairman; Jet Jot- 
ter; Library Aide; Red Cross Club; 
Latin Club; French Club; Junior Prom 
Committee. 



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DEBORAH LEE FRISBIE 

87 Lawnwood Avenue 
"Gentle in manner, strong in perform- 
ance." — Aquaria 
Debbie — National Honor Society-Secre- 
tary 4; Usher Class of 1962; Leaders' 
Club; Jet Jotter; Future Teachers of 
America; Glee Club; Orchestra; Band; 
Latin Club-Treasurer 3; Junior Prom 
Committee. 





REGINALD S. GEBEAU 

29 Bellevue Avenue 

(Re-entered Longmeadow High School 

September, 1961 ) 

"I feel as strong as a bull moose." — 

Roosevelt 

Ray — Football; Basketball. 



MARTHA ELLEN GALBRAITH 

536 Longmeadow Street 
"Much wisdom often goes with fewest 
words . ' ' — Sophocles 
Marti — National Honor Society 3, 4; 
National Merit Scholarship-Semi-finalist; 
Masacksic-Lherary; Future Teachers of 
America; Freshman Chorus; Glee Club; 
French Club; Radcliffe Book Award; 
Lyrics. 




ANDREW GILMOUR 

90 Woolworth Street 

"The only way to have a friend is to 

be one." — Emerson 

Andy — Freshman Baseball; Intramurals. 



GARY FREDERIC GIBBONS 

43 Longmeadow Street 
"His bark is worse than his bite." — 
Herbert 
Gibby — Leaders' Club; Traffic Squad; 
Library Aide; Latin Club; Soccer; J.V. 
Soccer; Basketball; J.V. Basketball; 
Baseball; J.V. Baseball. 





MARGARET LUCIE GODFREY 

181 Prynwood Road 
"A light heart lives long." — Shakespeare 
Margo — Glee Club; Red Cross Club; 
French Club; Intramurals; Sport Night. 



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SAMUEL RICKLESS GORDON 

44 Warwick Street 
"Every man is a unique." — Emerson 
Rick — Masacksic - Literary; Jet Jotter; 
World Affairs Club; Creative Writing 
Club; Junior Prom Committee; Intra- 
murals. 



STEVEN JAMES GOLDBERG 

57 Ridge Road 
"And life is itself but a game of 
football." — Scott 
Goldy — Football-co-Captain; J.V. Foot- 
ball; Basketball; J.V. Basketball; Fresh- 
man Baseball; Freshman Basketball; 
Leaders' Club; Intramurals. 




ARTHUR ANTHONY HAAXMA 

30 Fairway Drive 

(Entered Longmeadow High School 

May, 1960) 

"He talks of scheme and plan." — 

Whittier 

Art — Traffic Squad; Masacksic; Glee 

Club; Library Aide; Intramurals. 






HARVEY BARRY HEAFITZ 

174 Primrose Drive 
"Life is like a scrambled egg." — 
Marquis 
Harvard — Masacksic-Business; Okla- 
homa; Cycloramists; Audio-Visual Aides 
Club; Cafeteria Aide; Junior Prom 
Committee; Football Manager; Baseball 
Manager; Intramurals; Western Mas- 
sachusetts Mathematics League. 



KAREN HARDY 

99 Arlington Road 
"Happiness is in action." — Thomas 
Leaders' Club; Masacksic-Hus'mess; Jet 
Jotter; Oklahoma; Jet Team-Captain 4; 
Cheerleader; Drill Team; Fashion Show; 
Future Teachers of America-Treasurer 
2; Red Cross Club-Vice-President 2 
President 3, 4; Latin Club; French Club 
Junior Prom Committee; Student Aide 
Field Hockey Team. 



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ALAN PARKER HOEKSTRA 

67 Forest Glen Road 
"The world's great men have not 
commonly been scholars, nor its 
great scholars great men." — Holmes 
Al — Traffic Squad; Masacksic; Okla- 
homa; Matchmaker; Papa is All-Vto- 
duction; Funday; Freshman Chorus; 
Glee Club; Business Club; Junior Prom 
Committee; American Field Service; 
Intramurals; Supply Room Staff; School 
Printer. 



SUSAN ELIN HENRY 

118 Woodside Drive 
"Ladies, whose bright eyes rain 
influence . . ." — Milton 
Sue — National Honor Society; Leaders' 
Club; Masacksic-Lhetary; jet Jotter; 
Fashion Show; Red Cross Club; Latin 
Club; Junior Prom Committee; Drill 
Team; Intramurals; Sport Night; Les 
Cuisinieres. 









JANICE HOLTER 

80 Wenonah Road 
"The greatest pleasure of life is 
love." — Temple 
Jan — Masacksic-Patrons co-Chairman; 
Jet Jotter; Oklahoma; Cycloramists; 
Fashion Show; Funday; Freshman 
Chorus; Glee Club; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Drill Team; Intramurals; Sport 
Night. 



CAROLYN SUE HULIT 

22 Birch Road 
"Fond of fun as fond can be." — Sayers 
Sue — Masacksic-Lheraty; Oklahoma; 
Fashion Show; Freshman Chorus; Glee 
Club; Red Cross Club; Latin Club; 
Junior Prom Committee; Majorettes; 
Drill Team; Lyrics; Sport Night; Intra- 
murals; Les Cuisinieres. 




RONALD JOHNSTON 

52 Shady Knoll Drive 
"Little he loved, but power the most 
of all." — Lowell 
Scotty — Junior Prom Committee; Soc- 
cer; Baseball. 



CRAIG RUSSELL JACKSON 

20 Hillcrest Avenue 
"Meet me by moonlight alone." — Wace 
Traffic Squad; Masacksic- Art; Oklahoma: 
Lyrics; Glee Club; Band; Latin Club; 
Junior Prom Committee; Soccer; J.V. 
Soccer; Hockey; Golf; Intramurals. 




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SCOTT RICHARD KAHN 

182 Englewood Road 
"Nothing can come out of the artist that 

is not in the man." — Mencken 
Masacksic-Att; Jet-Jotter; Cycloramists; 
Orchestta; Latin Club; Junior Prom 
Committee; Creative Writing Club. 



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RONALD WILLIAM KUZON 

218 Crestview Circle 

( Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, 1960) 

"Cherchez la femme." — Dumas 

Ronnie — Usher for Class of 1962; 

Leaders' Club; Traffic Squad; Jet Jotter; 

Glee Club; French Club; Junior Prom 

Committee; J.V. Basketball; Baseball; 

Soccer; Intramurals. 




ANITA MAUREEN KLEMPNER 

133 Pleasantview Avenue 
"It is not enough to do good; one must 
do it the right way." — Morley 
Masacksic-lAteza.ty\ Jet Jotter; The Skin 
of Our Teeth; Fashion Show; Glee 
Club; Orchestra; Band; Cafeteria Aide; 
Library Aide; French Club; Sport Night; 
Intramurals. 






ALAN ROGER LaROSE 

117 Sheffield Avenue 

"Sincerity and truth are the basis of 

every virtue." — Confucius 

Al — Traffic Squad; Latin Club; Western 

Massachusetts Mathematics League. 



MARY W. LANE 

452 Bliss Road 
"A good laugh is sunshine." — 
Thackeray 
Mare — Fashion Show; Cafeteria Aide; 
Red Cross Club; Business Club; Junior 
Prom Committee; Intramurals; Sport 
Night; Supply Room Staff. 



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THEODORE SHEFFIELD 
LAWTON III 

951 Longmeadow Street 
"I agree with no man's opinion; 

I have some of my own." — Turgenev 
Teddy — Audio- Visual Aides Club; Jun- 
ior Prom Committee; Freshman Soccer; 
Freshman Basketball. 



JUDITH ELLEN LEERS 

48 Englewood Road 
"When we are young we long to tread a 

way none have trod before." — Yeats 
Judy' — National Honor Society 3, 4; 
National Merit Scholarship-Letter of 
Commendation; Masacksic-Litetary; Jet 
Jotter-Editorial Staff; Cycloramists-Sec- 
retary 3; French Club-Treasurer 3, 
President 4; Junior Prom Committee; 
The Skin of Our Teeth; Drill Team; 
Sport Night; Intramurals; American 
Field Service 4. 





GUY EDWARD LITHWIN 

72 Converse Street 
"Life is not so short but that there is 
always time for courtesy." — Emerson 

Guy — A. I.C. Model Congress; Band; 

Audio- Visual Aides Club; Library Aide; 

World Affairs Club; French Club; 

Model Security Council. 



BARBARA ELLEN LICHT 

21 Vanguard Lane 
"A sweet attractive kind of grace." 
— Roydon 
Barb — Class Treasurer 1; Leaders' Club; 
Masacksic-Vattons co-chairman; Jet Jot- 
ter; Oklahoma; Cycloramists; Fashion 
Show; Freshmen Chorus; Intramurals; 
Sport Night; Gymnastic Team; Junior 
Prom Committee. 






STEPHEN MARCUS 

112 Wilkin Drive 
( Entered Longmeadow High School 

November, 1960) 

"What this country needs is a good 

five cent cigar." — Marshall 

Steve>— Masackuc-h.it; Business Club; 

Supply Room Staff. 



ALFRED CHARLES LONG 

98 Longfellow Drive 
". . . Who tempered wisdom with a 
smile." — Lowell 
Chuck — National Honor Society 4; Na- 
tional Merit Scholarship-Letter of Com- 
mendation; Traffic Squad; Jet Jotter; 
Chess Club; Band; J.V. Basketball; 
J. V. Baseball; Intramurals. 





WILLIAM MICHAEL 
MATULEWICZ 

SO Laurel Lane 
"Boys will be boys." — Anonymous 
Tuli — Funday; Soccer; Basketball; Base- 
ball; J.V. Baseball; Intramurals. 



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NANCY ELLEN MILTON 

91 Lincoln Road 
"I have enjoyed the happiness of the 
world; I have lived and loved." — Schiller 
Nanc — Masacksic-Husmess; Jet jotter; 
Fashion Show; Freshman Chorus; Busi- 
ness Club-Vice President 3, President 4; 
Intramurals; Sport Night; Supply Room 
Staff. 



JOAN NANCY MEUNIER 

144 Burbank Road 
"What is life where living is extinct?" 
— Heywood 
Fashion Show; Freshman Chorus; Cafe- 
teria Aide; Red Cross Club; Intramur- 
als; Sport Night; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee. 





MARYANN ELIZABETH MOQUIN 

26 Homecrest Street 
"What sweet delight a quiet life 
affords." — Drummond 
Masacksic — Business; Fashion Show; 
Cafeteria Aide; Office Aide; Red Cross 
Club; Business Club; Junior Prom 
Committee; Intramurals; Sport Night. 



ANN MARIE MURPHY 

83 Parkside Street 
"The time to be happy is today." — 
Kleiser 
Murph — Marshal Class of 1962; Ma- 
sacksic-Vzttons co-chairman; Jet Jotter; 
Oklahoma; Fashion Show; Red Cross 
Club; Junior Prom Committee; Intra- 
murals; Sport Night. 






JOY IRENE NETTLETON 

43 Hopkins Place 
"Kindness is the sunshine in which vir- 
tue grows." — Ingersoll 
Fashion Show; Future Teachers of 
America; Freshman Chorus; Glee Club; 
Orchestra; Cafeteria Aide; Red Cross 
Club. 



JOEL DAVID NELSON 

33 South Park Avenue 
"I've taken my fun where I've found 
it." — Kipling 
Joe — Audio- Visual Aides Club; Cafe- 
teria Aide; Track. 



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DANIEL B. O'CONNOR 

31 Hawthorne Street 
"A merry heart doeth good like a medi- 
cine." — Bible 
Okey — Glee Club; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Football; Intramurals. 



RICHARD NORTON 

151 Bliss Road 

"And all I ask is a merry yarn from a 

laughing fellow-rover." — Masefield 

Audio-Visual Aides Club; Intramurals. 






CATHERINE FRANCIS 
O'DONNELL 

246 Colony Road 
"I know what's what." — Cervantes 
Taffy — Glee Club; Red Cross Club; 
Junior Prom Committee; Intramurals. 



JAMES H. O'GRADY 

24 Herbert Street 
"Ah. Why should life all labor be?' 
Tennyson 
Jim — Intramurals. 




ARNOLD LEONARD PAPERNO 

58 Pleasantview Avenue 
"Knowledge is more than equivalent to 

force." — Johnson 
Arnie — Science Fair-Third Prize; Math 
Club; Intramurals. 



RICHARD WARREN PAGE 

26 Westmoreland Avenue 
"Leave no stone unturned." — 
Euripides 
Rich — National Honor Society 3, Pres- 
ident 4; National Merit Scholarship- 
Letter of Commendation; Usher Class of 
1962; Dartmouth Book Award; Leaders' 
Club; Traffic Squad-Co-Captain 4; Ma- 
sacksic - Literary co-Editor 4; Junior 
Prom Committee; J.V. Soccer; Soccer; 
Tennis; Intramurals. 

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STEVE EDWIN PARKER 

306 Ellington Road 
"He was leader of leaders." — Ovid 
Parks — Usher Class of 1962; Student 
Council-Vice President 3, President 4 
Class President 2, 3; Leaders' Club 
Traffic Squad; Junior Prom Committee 
Football-co-captain 4; Basketball; J.V. 
Basketball; Baseball; J.V. Baseball; Stu- 
dent Aide. 





GREGORY PEARSON 

58 Oakwood Drive 
"I assert that nothing ever comes to 
pass without a cause." — Edwards 
Greg — National Honor Society 3, 4; 
National Merit Scholarship-Letter of 
Commendation; Science Fair-Honorable 
Mention 1, Second Prize 3; Jet Jotter- 
Editor 4; Chess Club-President 2; Or- 
chestra; Band; Audio- Visual Aides Club; 
Latin Club. 



ROBERT CHENEY 
PATTERSON JR. 

76 Blokland Drive 
( Entered Longmeadow High School 
September, 1961) 

"Who loves not women, wine, and song 
remains a fool his whole life long." 

— Voss 
Rebel — Masacksic-lAteraty; Junior Prom 
Committee; Basketball; Golf; Intra- 
murals. 






SUSAN JANE PIERSON 
58 Robin Road 
"Inject a few raisins of conversation 
into the tasteless dough of 
existence." — O. Henry 
Sue — Fashion Show; Freshman Chorus; 
Glee Club; Cafeteria Aide; Office Aide; 
Red Cross Club; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Intramurals; Les Cuisineres. 




ELIZABETH FISHER PIERCE 

113 Converse Street 

"The song that we hear with our 

ears is only the song that is sung 

in our hearts." — Ouida 

Libby — Masacksic; Oklahoma; Freshman 

Chorus; Glee Club; Lyrics; Junior Prom 

Committee. 





CATHERINE AUDREY PITKAT 

1435 Longmeadow Street 
"Burdens become light when cheer- 
fully borne." — Ovid 
Cathy — Masackstc-Lherary; Skin of Our 
Teeth; Fashion Show; Freshman Chorus; 
Glee Club; Cafeteria Aide; French Club; 
Intramurals; Sport Night. 



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ROBERT HOYT POOLE 

124 Westmoreland Avenue 
"Never say more than is necessary." 
— Sheridan 
Hoyt — Traffic Squad; Chess Club; 
Audio-Visual Aides Club; Math Club; 
Intramurals; Western Massachusetts 
Mathematics League. 





PAMELA RUTH REGAN 

75 Edgewood Avenue 
"In activity we must find our joy as 
well as glory."— Whipple 
Pam — Leaders' Club; Masacksic-Ait; Jet 
Jotter: Oklahoma: Cycloramists; Fashion 
Show; Freshman Chorus; Office Aide; 
Junior Prom Committee; Cheerleader- 
co-captain 3, Captain 4; Sport Night; 
Gymnastics-State Champion, Trampo- 
line; Intramurals; Future Nurses; Bas- 
ketball; Field Hockey Team. 






JOYCE LOUISE RAYMOND 

335 Maple Road 
"A true friend is the gift of God." 
— South 
Masacksic-Business; Fashion Show; Fu- 
ture Teachers of America; Cafeteria 
Aide; Red Cross Club; Latin Club; 
Junior Prom Committee; Les Cuisi- 
nieres-President 4. 




PAMELA JOYCE RICH 

25 Berwick Road 

"Let us be merry." — Dickens 

Pam — Cycloramists; Fashion Show; 

Majorettes; Red Cross Club; Business 

Club. 



AMERICO EDWARD RICCI 

120 Bel Air Drive 

(Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, 1961 ) 

"Gentle of speech, beneficent of mind." 

— Homer 
Rico — Masacksic-An. 





BONITA ANN RICHARDS 

1 16 Herbert Street 
"Life is not life at all without delight." 
— Parmore 
Bon — Jet Jotter: Fashion Show; Cafe 
tcria Aide; Office Aide; Red Cross Club; 
Business Club-Secretary ; , Junior Prom 
Committee; Sport Night; Intramurals. 



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JOSEPH FREDERIC ROWLAND 

20 Wenonah Place 
( Re-entered Longmeadow High School 
September, 1960) 
"There'll be a hot time in the old 
town tonight.'' — Hayden 
Rolo — Usher Class of 1962; Leaders' 
Club; Traffic Squad; Masack sic -Busi- 
ness; Funday; Latin Club; Junior Prom 
Committee; Track; Intramurals. 



STEVEN M. ROBERTS 

113 Farmington Avenue 
(Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, 1961) 

"As happy a man as any in the world, 

for the whole world seems to smile 

on me." — Pepys 

Robie — Leaders' Club; Traffic Squad; 

French Club; Golf. 





ROBERT DURRELL RUSSELL 

89 Dover Road 

(Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, 1962) 

"As good-natured a soul as e'er trod on 

shoe of leather." — Cervantes 
Bob — National Merit Scholarship-Letter 
of Commendation; Basketball. 



JAMES MARION SAGALYN 

90 Park Drive, Springfield 
"Pure friendship is something which 
men of an inferior intellect can never 
taste." — La Bruyere 
Sag — National Honor Society 4; Traffic 
Squad; Masacksic-Advertising Co-Chair- 
man; Photography Club; Latin Club; 
Soccer; J.V. Soccer; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Intramurals; Western Massa- 
chusetts Mathematics League. 






HELEN MARIE SAVIO 

78 Leetewood Drive 

(Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, 1961) 

"Joys are our wings; sorrows our 

spurs." — Richter 

Masacksic-Business; Glee Club; Red 

Cross Club; Latin Club; French Club; 

Sport Night; Intramurals. 



JEAN ELIZABETH SANDERS 

96 Bel Air Drive 

(Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, 1962) 

"Little friends may prove great friends." 

— Aesop 
Cafeteria Aide; Fashion Show; Business 
Club. 



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ELINOR RUTH SHATZ 

30 Colony Acres Road 

"I laugh'd till I cried." — Shakespeare 

Masacksic; Jet Jotter-Editor; Glee Club; 

Cafeteria Aide; Red Cross Club; French 

Club; Junior Prom Committee. 



JOHN ALDEN SETTLE 

193 Longmeadow Street 
"There are three faithful friends — an 
old wife, an old dog, and ready 
money." — Emerson 
Jack — National Honor Society 3, 4; 
National Merit Scholarship-Letter of 
Commendation; Brown Book Award; Jet 
Jotter-Editorial Staff 4; Chess Club; 
World Affairs Club; Latin Club; Crea- 
tive Writing Club-Moderator. 






JANICE BETH SIEGEL 

91 East Greenwich Road 
"Saddle your dreams before you ride 
them."— Webb 
Jan — National Honor Society 3, 4; Na- 
tional Merit Scholarship-Letter of Com- 
mendation; Jet /o/ter-Editorial Staff; 
Dramatic Club; Glee Club; Red Cross 
Club; Latin Club; French Club-Secretary 
4; Junior Prom Committee; The Skin 
Of Our Teeth; Drill Team; Sport Night; 
Intramurals. 



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LINDA SUE SILVERMAN 

12 Primrose Drive 

(Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, I960) 
"As the sun colors flowers, so does art 
color life." — Anonymous 
National Honor Society; Science Fair- 
First Prize 2; Masacksic- Art-Co-Editor; 
Jet Jotter; Cycloramists; Cafeteria Aide; 
Library Aide; Red Cross Club; Junior 
Prom Committee. 





CAROLYN F. SNOW 

138 Colony Road 
"The mirth and fun grew fast and 
furious." — Burns 
Leaders' Club; Masacksic-Advertising 
Copy Chairman; Fashion Show; Glee 
Club; Red Cross Club; Latin Club; 
French Club; Junior Prom Committee; 
Sport Night; Intramurals. 



CHRISTIE H. SMITH 

55 Mill Road 
"Now he sings of winter." — Aldrich 
Chris — Traffic Squad; Track; Intra- 
murals. 



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EUGENE JOHN SOKOLOWSKI 

66 Woolworth Street 

( Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, I960) 

"I am as happy as happy can be." 

— Stephens 

Soko — Usher for Class of 1962; Traffic 

Squad; Glee Club; Lyrics; Intramurals. 





SUSAN ANNE STERRITT 

76 Greenacre Avenue 

"I am in earnest; I will be heard." 

— Garrison 

Sue — Leaders' Club; Masacksic-Rusiness; 

Fashion Show; Freshman Chorus; Glee 

Club; Cafeteria Aide; Red Cross Club; 

Latin Club; French Club; Junior Prom 

Committee; Intramurals; Sport Night. 



PETER ALAN STAHL 

109 Pleasantview Avenue 

"One of the most pleasant things in the 

world is going on a journey; but I like 

to go by myself."- — Hazlitt 

World Affairs Club; Photography Club; 

French Club; Intramurals. 






DAVID RALPH STREETER 

86 Oakwood Drive 

"Men are more inclined to ask curious 

questions, than to obtain necessary 

instruction." — Quesnee 

Dave — District and All-State Chorus; 

Leaders' Club; Traffic Squad-Co-Captain; 

Oklahoma; Dramatic Club; Skin of Our 

Teeth; Chess Club; Glee Club; Latin 

Club; Lyrics; Junior Prom Committee; 

Soccer; J.V. Soccer; Hockey; Golf. 



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KAREN ELIZABETH STOTHERT 

63 Whitmun Road 
"No one knows what he can do till 
he tries." — Putteney 
National Honor Society; National Merit 
Scholarship-Letter of Commendation; 
Spotlight on Youth Reporter; Masacksic- 
Editor-in-chief; Jet Jotter; A.I.C. Model 
Congress; Papa Is All; Orchestra; World 
Affairs Club; Latin Club; Junior Prom 
Committee; Western Massachusetts 
District Orchestra. 



JEAN SUMMERSGILL 

19 Dover Road 
"Good taste is the flower of good sense." 

— Poincelot 
National Honor Society; Masacksic- 
Literary; Jet Jotter; Cafeteria Aide; Red 
Cross Club; Latin Club; French Club; 
Junior Prom Committee; Drill Team; 
Sport Night; Intramurals. 



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KAREN JEAN TALBOT 

387 Williams Street 
"As fresh as a daisy." — Barrett 
Drill Team; Freshman Chorus; Red 
Cross Club. 




SHARON LEE TEXEIRA 

17 Glenwood Circle 
"The quiet mind is richer than a 
crown . . . " — Greene 
Sherry — Masacksic; Fashion Show; Cafe- 
teria Aide; Library Aide; Office Aide; 
Red Cross Club; French Club. 



MARJORIE RUTH TAYLOR 

242 Burbank Road 
"A good heart is better than all the 
heads in the world." — Lytton 
Margi — Fashion Show; Freshman 
Chorus; Red Cross Club; Latin Club; 
Cafeteria Aide; Student Aide; Les Cuis- 
inieres. 



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SUZANNE MARIE VALLIERE 

16 Cross Street 
"The first element of success is the 
determination to succeed." — Anonymous 
Sue — National Honor Society; Girls' 
State-Alternate; Leaders' Club; Jet Jot- 
ter-Editor 4; Band; Latin Club; French 
Club; Junior Prom Committee; Drill 
Team. 



THOMAS F. TIEDGEN 

83 Hopkins Place 
"How about a little fun?" — Daly 
Tom — Glee Club; Intramurals. 





RONALD JAMES VOLLMAR 

1712 Longmeadow Street 
"Strong and content, 1 travel the open 
road." — Whitman 
Ronnie — Traffic Squad; Masacksic-JAtU- 
ary; Glee Club; Audio-Visual Aides 
Club, Chief Technician 4; Latin Club; 
Intramurals; Science Club; Cafeteria 
Aide. 



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JUDITH LEE WASKIEWICZ 

78 Grassy Gutter Road 
"True merit, like a river, the deeper it 
is, the less noise it makes." — Halifax 
Judy — National Honor Society 3, 
Treasurer 4; Masacksic-l.iterz.ty co-Edi- 
tor; Cycloramists; Fashion Show; Or- 
chestra; Cafeteria Aide; Latin Club; 
French Club; Junior Prom Committee; 
Drill Team; Intramurals; Sport Night; 
Western Massachusetts Mathematics 
League. 



EDMUND TERRENCE WARD 

43 Riverview Avenue 
"The great end of life is not knowledge 

but action." — Huxley 
Terry — Intramurals. 





DAVID JOHN WEBBER 

87 Birchwood Avenue 
(Entered Longmeadow High School, 

September, 1962) 
... he is full of smiles, and he salutes 
every one whom he meets." — Plato 



ALFRED FRANK WEITZMAN 

25 Plymouth Road 
"Next to the originator of a sentence 
is the first quoter of it." — Emerson 
Frank — National Honor Society; Traffic 
Squad; Masacksic-Litetary; Oklahoma; 
Skin of Our Teeth; Chess Club-Secretary 
2; Audio-Visual Aides Club-President 
3, 4; World Affairs Club; French Club; 
Western Massachusetts Mathematics 
League; Intramurals. 









JUDITH AYN WILSON 

557 Converse Street 
( Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, 1962) 
"Our horizon is never quite at our 
elbows." — Thoreau 
Judi — Business Club. 




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MARJORIE ELIZABETH WILEY 

498 Converse Street 
"A fresh and free and 
friendly woman." — Gower 
Mimi — Leaders' Club; Jet Jotter; 
Fashion Show; Office Aide; Red Cross 
Club; Junior Prom Committee; Sport 
Night; Field Hockey Team; Intramurals; 
Les Cuisinieres. 



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FREYA JOY WOLK 

31 Laurel Lane 
"How far that little candle throws its 
beams." — Shakespeare 
National Honor Society 4; Merit Scholar- 
ship-Letter of Commendation; Masack- 
sic-Lhetary; Jet Jotter; Fashion Show; 
Library Aide; Red Cross Club; Latin 
Club; Junior Prom Committee. 



JEANETTE I. WOLF 

101 Sheffield Avenue 
(Entered Longmeadow High School 
September, 1962) 
"Virtue is the performance of 
pleasant actions." — Stephens 
Masacksic-Litetaty; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee. 






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PETER LAWRENCE YEAGER 

39 Falmouth Road 
( Entered Longmeadow High School 

September, 1962) 

"Men will keep going on their nerve 

or their head." — Bacon 

Pete — National Honor Society 3, 4. 



PATRICIA BROOKS YOUNG 

734 Longmeadow Street 
"If you would create something you 
must be something." — Goethe 
Brooksi — Masacksic-Att-co-'EAitot; Okla- 
homa; The Skin of Our Teeth; Sport 
Night; Intramurals; Cycloramists-Vice- 
President 2; President 3; Glee Club; 
Office Aide; French Club; Junior Prom 
Committee; Field Hockey Team. 




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CAROLYN SUE ZWIRN 

147 Cooley Drive 
"Good deeds ring clear through heaven 

like a bell!" — Richter 
Masacksic; Jet /o«er-Business; Cafeteria 
Aide; Library Aide; Office Aide; Red 
Cross Club; Junior Achievement Bank; 
Latin Club; Junior Prom Committee; 
Intramurals. 



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"THE GIFT OF GAIETY MAY ITSELF BE 
THE GREATEST GOOD FORTUNE, 
AND THE MOST SERIOUS STEP 
TOWARD MATURITY/' 

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JUNIOR CLASS COUNCIL 




With the election of Bob Mauterstock, president; Jeff 
Lyman, vice-president; Pam Stone, secretary; and Nancy 
Lynch, treasurer, the Junior Class reached the upper 
rungs of the high school ladder. Aided by their advisers, 
Mrs. Leab and Mr. Drossel, the class has maintained an 
excellent record both in athletics and in academic sub- 
jects.: The National Honor Society includes many jun- 
iors. In sports, Bob Mauterstock was chosen All 
Western-Massachusetts tackle. The class looks forward 
to next year, when it will assume the leadership of 
the school. 



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Junior Class Officers — Nancy Lynch; Bob Mauterstock; Pam Stone; Jeff Lyman. 



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FRONT ROW: Mrs. Meder; Linda Billings; Robin Atkinson; 
Laurie Brigham; Janice Casal; Christine Basdekis; Mary Bur- 
ridge; Louise Adam; Nancy Bernstein. MIDDLE ROW: Bill 
Bennett; Tim Beaulieu; Steve Baldwin; Marilyn Carpenter; 



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Carol Chereskin; Dorine Blake; Jean Artioli; George Busby; 
Robert Chaffe; Alan Carter. TOP ROW: Finn Charlesworth; 
Rocky Adriance; Bob Abraham; George Beilby; George 
Bacon; Bruce Cantwell; Dick Bond. 





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HOMEROOM 10 

FRONT ROW: Mr. Kahan; Lora Ekmejian; Muffet Dale; Cohen; Carol DiGiore; Chip Fossa; Robert Dorman. TOP 

Dianne Davenport; Edith Dibble; Carol Diamond; Cherie ROW: John Donohoe; Bill Diver; Bill Dyson; Bruce Elmer; 

Corbett; Bunny Frank; Patricia Fortin. MIDDLE ROW: Mike Alan Cowles; Robert Cratty. 
Connor; Wayne Cogan; Jane Donnelly; Cathy Covalli; Myra 




HOMEROOM 12 

FRONT ROW: Mr. Whittaker; Sue Krohne; Nancy Hastie; Hobart; Don Greenwell. TOP ROW: Clayton Kimball; Harry 

Sue Gibson; Ann Jackson; Carolyn Frueh; Francine Joyal; Huber; Ed Johnson; Joe Kessler; Richard Leizure; Dennis 

Marcia Gale; Sue Hennick. MIDDLE ROW: Murray Leety; Gould; Don Gregory; Ray Homstead; Jim Harrelson; Dan 

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FRONT ROW: Miss Dunham; Judy Memery; Molly Mayock; Melvin; Betsey Mayock; Dede McGeoghan; Ray Munn; Ronald 

Amy Marcuson; Nancy Lynch; Carole Low; Linda Merriam; Morini; Richard MacGregory. TOP ROW: Bill Lincoln; Gerry 

Janet Machon. MIDDLE ROW: Jeff Lyman; Kirk Lyman; Peter Nannen; Chris Mudgett; Steve Moyer; Bob Mauterstock; Chris 

Leven; Joyanne Marcus; Andy Margolis; Marilyn Milton; Judy Mayer; Ted Lyman; Alan Mastromatteo. 




HOMEROOM 14 



FRONT ROW: Miss Landry; Allison Ridgway; Laurie Ronald- 
son; Candy Rock; Gail Russell; Georgia Raimondi; Debbie 
Noone; Margie Rosenthal. MIDDLE ROW: Dave Sinish; Dave 
Nettleton; Paul Rigali; Beverly Rothman; Ann Marie Rodney; 



Lynn Shapiro; Gail Shields; Dick Sheppard; Gerald Sheldon; 
Dick Rossow. TOP ROW: Arthur Rickless; Russell Simon; 
Ned Reidy; John Potter; Jim Purdy; Jack Sickel; Roger Siver; 
Tom Reilly; Daryl Richter; Rob Routson; Neil Rivchin. 




HOMEROOM 15 



FRONT ROW: Mr. Houle; Peggy Wessendorf; Diane Stenta- 

ford; Janis Temple; Bonnie Smith; Susan Thompson; Nita 

Walter; Larry Williams. MIDDLE ROW: Frank White; Barry 

58 Tompkins; Alan Smith; Dick Walsh; Gerry Wess; Gil Upson; 



Mark Williams; Don Temple. TOP ROW: Bruce Williams; 
Wallace Weeks; Robert Yodlowski; Harry Webster; Rich Thai; 
Bruce Sutherland; Bob VanGaasbeck; Dave Weeks. 










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SOPHOMORES 



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When the class of '65 entered Longmeadow High 
School, two-hundred-fifty strong, it was the largest 
class that had entered the school. Good leaders are 
necessary to govern a class of this size. The sopho- 
more class found such leaders in President Clark 
Shattuck; Vice-president Roger Wilson; Secretary 
Carol Feldman; and Treasurer Margie Lauer. 

Under the guidance of Mrs. Dolgin and Mr. Whit- 
taker, the class advisers, the sophomores conducted 
their class dance, "Soiree d'Etoiles." Assisting in the 
production were the following committee chairmen: 
art, Connie Ramberg and Frank Coes; refreshments, 
Marion Bartlett; tickets, Carol Feldman; invitations, 
Judy Ryan; and clean-up, Steve Keiser. 



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FRONT ROW: Mr. Ahern; Margie Lauer; Helena Manzi; 
Joanne Leff; Debbie Levine; Paula Lichter; Linda Lane; Dana 
Littlefield; Mary Beth Lockwood. MIDDLE ROW: Frank Mas- 
terson; Brian Margolis; Ann Lincoln; Barb Macon; Jayne 



Laubinger; Diane Koetsch; John King; Steven Kellner. TOP 
ROW: Andy Leslie; Robert Lezinski; David Leeper; Carl Lar- 
kin; Don Leone; Don LePage; Ken Marshall. 




HOMEROOM 2 

FRONT ROW: Mr. Suher; Kathy Kittredge; Donna Palmer; 
Karen Orenstein; Carol Petrie; Ina Robinson; Fran McKee; Con- 
nie Ramberg; Gail McQuarrie. MIDDLE ROW: David Nissen- 
baum; Ronald Plaisance; Pete O'Grady; Betsy Neal; Ruth Net- 



tleton; Carol Ramsay; Reg Murphy; Pete Miller; Stuart Okun. 
TOP ROW: Peter Otto; Steve Petluck; Fred Reardon; Bob 
Orsi; Dana Paige. 




HOMEROOM 5 



FRONT ROW: Mr. Finklehoffe; Gayl Sinclair; Ellynn Short; 
Francine Sciutto; Adeline Santinello; Sharon Slattery; Leslie 
Simons; Sue Shepard; Nancy Russetti. MIDDLE ROW: Joel 
Shusman; Ron Sanders; Al Rosati; Judy Ryan; Barbara Ryder; 



Linda Scott; Dolores Souliere; Larry Spaulding; Stanley Salfas; 
Roy Shea. TOP ROW: Philip Schmidt; Joel Simonds; Peter 
Smith; Jeff Rutherford; Walter Sokolowski; Dan Smith; Lee 
Seabury; Cal Sickles. 



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FRONT ROW: Mr. Marsian; Marie Weston; Sue Troiano; 
Diane Tomassetti; Alice Underwood; Carol Sunter; Carol 
Webber; Ronna Wainstein; Sandra Thai. 

MIDDLE ROW: Ronald Trachtenberg; William Wrigley; 
Doug Thai; Margie Vangsness; Cynthia Wozniak; Randi 



Steiger; Linda Taft; Bruce Van Dolsen; Will Thayer; Roger 

Wilson. 

TOP ROW: Joseph Ward; Stanley Thai; Gary Twing; Bruce 

Underwood; David Tomassetti; Fred Varney; Henry Talbert; 

Bruce Wilson; Barry Wolfert; Steven Wilson. 




HOMEROOM 17 



FRONT ROW: Mrs. Wanegar; Lois Abraham; Sue Alport; 
Chris Adams; Peg Aldrich; Ronni Alberts; Cathy Adams; 
Linda Altman. 

MIDDLE ROW: Charles Arnold; Carolyn Alspach; Marion 
Bartlett; Susan Benson; Roberta Bernstein; Sue Benton; Debbie 



Babb; Dan Bean. 

TOP ROW: Vico Baer; Doug Bishop; Tom Adams; Harlan 

Atwood; Barry Berg; Bill Alstrom; Frank Anzalotti; Steve 

Aldrich. 




HOMEROOM 18 



FRONT ROW: Miss Lyons; Donna Bray Kay Cook; Jean 
Brady; Nancy Candib; Terry Coon; Pat Burke; Judi Caplan. 
MIDDLE ROW: Robert Chalero; Bill Cook; Phil Buscemi; 



David Coen; Myles Cooley; Peter Coes; Rich Cohen. 

TOP ROW: John Carter; Sam Chapin; Ben Boynton; Brad 

Craig; Mike D'Angelo. 



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FRONT ROW: Mr. Huss; Susan Asher; Beth Ellis; Glenda 
Flier; Jane Freedman, Haidee Falconer; Janet Dedonis; Sharon 
Dyer; Carol Devine. 
MIDDLE ROW: Bob Emery; Rich Flier; Edward Farrell; 




HOMEROOM 19 



Richard Farrell; Bruce Deely; Ned Fitzsimmons; Mike Flavin; 
Don Ferris. 

TOP ROW: Steve Ehrlich; Frank Diver; Phil Davis; Joe Fede; 
Ed Debien; Jim Galloway; Greg Dawson. 




HOMEROOM 20 



FRONT ROW: Mr. Aldrich; Pat Glynn; Linda Goodell; Bar- 
bara Kaplan; Dianne Kellner; Mary Hollabaugh; Andrea 
Henry; Laura Hinkson. 
MIDDLE ROW: Stuart Goldstein; Chuck Kantor; Charles 



Johnson; Jill Harrington; Linda Hopkins; Alan Harwood; Jeff 
Kaufman; Steve Keiser. 

TOP ROW: Robert Guertin; Dennis Harris; Joel Greenfeld; 
Ira Kaplan; Pete Jensen; Richard Hall. 




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The largest class in Longmeadow's history entered 
the school in September. Under the leadership of 
Bart Frisbie, president; Sandy Pool, vice-president; 
Anne Wallace, secretary; and Holly Clark, treasurer, 
the freshman readied themselves for the four hard 
years to come. 

Aided by its advisers, Miss Charkoudian and Mr. 
Reppucci, this class was responsible for a number of 
innovations, such as a freshman soccer team and a 
cheerleader group. Another success was the spring 
dance. 1963 has prepared the freshmen well for the 
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Freshman Class Officers - Anne Wallace; Sandy Pool; Bart Frisbie; Holly Clark 




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Freshman Class Council - FRONT ROW: Holly Clark; Bart Frisbie. BACK ROW: Cathy Daly; 
Ann Kent; Cathy Maxwell; Page Pearson; Martha Thomas; Anne Wallace; Sandy Pool; Charles 
Ferguson; Jill Parker; Alan Gorrod; Connie Young. 



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HOMEROOM 24 

FRONT ROW: Mr. Woods; Shari Skowyra; Martha Thomas; Laura Vigneault; Roland Souliere; Ron Waiksnoris; Mark 

Sandy Sutton; Lucinda Smith; Sue Slater; Janet Sickel; Carol Vecchiarelli. TOP ROW: Tom Sheppard; Jim Upson; Doug 

Tebaldi; Bev Smith. MIDDLE ROW: Steve Trepp; Ken Siegel; Van Beenen; Gary Tampone; Wes Smith; Jim Sullivan. 
Joseph Stothert; Anne Wallace; Pat Stelzer; Helen Triouleyre; 



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HOMEROOM 25 



FRONT ROW: Mr. Wiley; Linda Wensley; Candy Wess; Sue 
Whipple; Julie Winters; Chris Zacarian; Connie Young; Faith 
Whitehead; Vern Webster. MIDDLE ROW: Peter Wolk; Rich 



Ward; John Wilson; Ken Welch; Tom Walsh; Mike Welch. 
TOP ROW: Dick Zini; Lance Wilson; Doug Wilmes; Paul 
White; Richard Whittey. 



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HOMEROOM 27 

FRONT ROW: Mr. Burke; Judy Benzell; Barbara Brown; Sallie Balthaser; Nancy Bennett; Ted Aldrich; Robert Burger; Scott 

Abrahamsen; Katherine Beilby; Carol Atwood; Vicky Boucher; Baird. TOP ROW: John Breck; Bob Busby; Pete Buscemi; Jim 

Nancy Brigham. MIDDLE ROW: John Boltrucyk; Jonathan Burns; Pete Adriance; Chip Anderson; Dan Betsher; John Buck- ($5 

Byrnes; Jim Baxter; Janet Bardach; Amy Black; Gretchen ley; Ross Appleman. 




HOMEROOM 28 



FRONT ROW: Mr. Homer; Kathy Daly; Sue Childs; Linda 

Childs; Joanne Davenport; Judith Cathay; Helen Cort; Holly 

Clark. 

MIDDLE ROW: Jeff Chandler; John Carpenter; Christine 

Coughlan; Carol Coffin; Sandy Carville; Joan Corbett; Jeanne 



Cameron; George Corcoran. 

TOP ROW: Danny Cohen; Ken Cohen; Paul Calarese; Chris 

Carlisle; Larry Cooley; Frank D'Angelo; Bruce Curran; Smart 

Cohen. 




HOMEROOM 32 



FRONT ROW: Mr. La Valley; Sherry Hammerick; Kathy Gal- 
braith; Terry Guenther; Blythe Goodwin; Marlene Gurland; 
Barb Franklin; Linda Goldberg; Joanne Gloth. 
MIDDLE ROW: Robert Goldberg; Fred Giuliani; John 



Gushue; Janis Hernberg; Robin Hart; Reed Gramse; Bob 
Goodhue; Bob Fortin. 

TOP ROW: Alan Gorrod; Pete Graham; Norman Francis; Joe 
Harrelson; Pat Franko; Sherwood Harding; Frank Franko. 




HOMEROOM 29 



FRONT ROW: Mrs. Dolgin; Diane Dzwilewski; Sue Edwards; 
Leslie Dierauf; Ronnie Fieldman; Nancy Fitch; Karen Elmer; 
Joyce Diver; Ardeth Eisner. 
MIDDLE ROW: Richard Flint; Hank Ellis; Marguerite Dono- 



van; Donna Faubert; Sue Filkins; Joan Finn; Lynn Farrell; 
Nancy Easton; John Downton; Kevin Donnelly. 
TOP ROW: Ned Dibble; Charles Ferguson; Ken Dawson; 
Neil Davidson; Jeff Diamond; Chip Donahue; Mike Finn. 



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FRONT ROW: Mr. Ryder; Jill Parker; Lynn Parker; Linda 
Messenger; Judy Milne; Linda Palczynski; Susan Nourse; 
Joyce Mulkerin; Beth Moakler. 
MIDDLE ROW: Richard Panto; Bob Parsons; Donna O'Con- 



nell; Hedwig Naggar; Marylyn Nye; Molly Moorman; Debbie 
Mitchell; Ned Newhauser; Bill Moore. 

TOP ROW: Don Mitchell; Steve Munn; Garry Milsop; Jim 
Moulton; Francis Mirkin; Sam Jones; Clint Paige; Steve Nuger. 




HOMEROOM 34 



FRONT ROW: Mr. Reppucci; Peggy Melvin; Cathy Maxwell; 
Joanne Lutz; Jolena Longo; Linda Malmstrom; Cynthia Manzi; 
Ellen Martin; Vivian McGeoghan. 
MIDDLE ROW: Scott Macfarlane; Robert Leff; Nancy Leavitt; 



Phyllis Lawrence; Sally Mayock; Sandy Levy; John Lyons; 
Barclay Macon; Eddie Merriam. 

TOP ROW: Richard Marchese; Robert Lowe; Bob Lincoln; 
Jim Martin; Ted Mayer; Roy Lithwin; Tom Leab. 



HOMEROOM 33 



FRONT ROW: Mr. Joly; Ann Kent; Ellen Judd; Jane Houck; 
Diana Janik; Ellen Katz; Debby Hirshfield; Joan Hernberg; 
Wendy Howland. 
MIDDLE ROW: Richard Hagan; Mike Jalonen; Bob A. John- 



son; Bob S. Johnson; John Hulit; George Lagassa; John 
Kochanocaski; Ray Holmer. 

TOP ROW; Rick Johnson; Paul Homstead; Paul Jones; Alan 
Kibbe; Lee Kahan; Fred Hoekstra; Wes Krevalin. 



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FRONT ROW: Miss Charkoudian; Carolyn Pulvirenti; Martha 
Russell; Kathy Reilly; Linda Rodman; Susi Pringle; Rayna 
Raulerson; Chris Peterson; Page Pearson. MIDDLE ROW: 



Carol Rachele; Vickie Patterson; Sue Ronaldson; Carol Pop- 
ham; Susie Reed; Cynthia Rich; Ardell Patno; Susan Richards. 
TOP ROW: Phil Sellers; Sandy Pool; Larry Ranslow. 




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HOMEROOM 26 

FRONT ROW: Mr. Judd; Martha Galbraith; Jeanette Wolf; Karen Stothert; Cathy Pitkat; Ann Gostyn. TOP ROW: 

Connie Darling; Sue Dale; Linda Silverman; Judy Leers; Judy Richard Page; Tom Weiss; Frank Weitzman; Wayne Trebbin; 

Waskiewicz. MIDDLE ROW: Sandy Dyson; Brooks Young; Steve Fox; Bob Patterson; Rick Gordon; Ronnie Vollmar. 
Janet Goff; Jean Summersgill; Alice Varney; Sue Henry; 



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A new experiment was tested this year in regard to the Masacksic 
and Jet Jotter; for the first time in the history of Longmeadow High 
School, seniors and juniors on the staffs of these organizations were 
placed in the same homerooms. 

Mr. Judd and Mr. Lynch hoped this would increase the efficiency 
of their respective staffs. The experiment seems to be a success and 
the plan will be continued next year. 



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FRONT ROW: Mr. Lynch; Anne Murphy; Ellie Shatz; Sus- 
anne Valliere; Carolyn Zwirn; Janice Holter; Karen Hardy; 
Mary Alice Astaldi. MIDDLE ROW Richard Jacobsohn, Bar- 
bara Licht; Margie Fox; Susan Low; Louise Freedman; 
Deborah Frisbie; Marilyn Goldstein; Jack Shindler. TOP 



ROW: Wells Chandler; Scott Kahn; Harry Ehrlich; John 
Settle; John Baron; Peter Cherbas; Chuck Long; Greg Pear- 
son; Ronald Kuzon. 



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Masacksic Editor-in-Chief Karen Stothert. 



Editor-in-Chief Karen Stothert shows Literary Editors Rich 
Page and Judy Waskiewicz the first draft. 



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From September through April, determined 
to once again receive honors at the Columbia 
Scholastic Press Conference, the staff of the 
1963 Masacksic worked to produce a better 
yearbook than ever before. 

With the aid of Mr. Kirby Judd, Miss Lillian 
Erickson and Mr. Maurice Suher, the faculty 
advisers, work proceeded smoothly arid on 
schedule. For the first time, a Masacksic home- 
room was created to serve as a center for the 
staff, and as headquarters for uniting the var- 
ious departments involved in the book's crea- 
tion. This room housed the editor-in-chief, 
Karen Stothert; the literary editors, Richard 
Page and Judy Waskiewicz; the art staff edi- 
tors, Linda Silverman and Brooks Young; a 
business staff representative, Sue Dale; and the 
entire literary staff. A novel theme, "School 
Spirit" was introduced, centering about the 
school's symbol, the Lancer. 

All members of the staff hope that this year's 
Masacksic will serve as a memento of an active 
school year at Longmeadow High School. 




Yearbook Advisers — Mr. Suher, Miss Erickson, and Mr. 
Judd. 




The Art Editors — Brooks Young and Linda Silverman 
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The Business Heads — Louise Freedman, Jim Sagalyn, Sue Dale and 
Nancy Almgren. 




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The 1962-63 Jet jotter was completely reorganized under 
the editorship of Suzanne Valliere and Elinor Shatz. Since the 
staff and its adviser, Mr. John Lynch, have been placed to- 
gether in Room 30, concentrated work has produced a more 
informative and popular newspaper. Among the innovations 
were the printing of a new name plate and more pictures, 
and the restricting of all advertisements to page four. 

A new system of organization was devised: the first page, 
edited by Judy Leers, was restricted to school news; the second 
page, under the supervision of Peter Cherbas, was reserved 
for literary and editorial articles; the third page, under the 
editorship of Greg Pearson, was the sports page; and the 
fourth page, supervised by Janice Siegel, consisted of alumni 
news by Janice Holter, and American Field Service reports 
by Mary Alice Astaldi and Roy dela Cruz. 



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Election to the National Honot Society is both an honor 
and a chance to serve. Admission is limited to juniors and 
seniors, and is based on the student's yearly averages. 

Tutoring, the Society's main function, was headed this year 
by Martha Galbraith and Marjorie Fox. 

Under the leadership of Richard Page, president; John 
Baron, vice-president; Deborah Frisbie, secretary; and Judy 
Waskiewicz, treasurer, the Honor Society checked coats at 
school functions and held its annual alumni tea. 

In order to aid its members in choosing a college, the so- 
ciety has arranged for visits between members now in high 
school and former members now at college. 



National Honor Society officers: Debbie Frisbie 
secretary; John Baron, vice-president; Richard Page 
president; Miss Maclntyre; Judy Waskiewicz, trea- 
surer. 




What's so funny about the alumni tea? 




THE AIDES 



Library aides check out books to L.H.S.'s avid readers 




As our school expands, all jobs can no longer be 
done by the adult members of the staff. Student aides 
have become more and more important to the func- 
tioning of the school. 

In their own way, the office, cafeteria, library, 
supply, and language laboratory aides provide valu- 
able assistance. They deserve credit for volunteering 
their time to keep the school operating smoothly. 




Cleanup time for the cafeteria aides 



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The Cycloramists is a service club 
under the direction of Miss Erickson 
which decorates bulletin boards, the 
library and the cafeteria, makes special 
diagrams or illustrations requested by 
the faculty, and produces the posters 
needed to advertise school functions. 
Each year Cycloramists also prepare the 
gay Christmas decorations in the office 
windows and construct scenery used in 
the school play. 

This year the most spectacular 
achievement of the club was the creation 
of the exotic scenery for South Pacific, 
The colorful tropical settings delighted 
the audience and added to the success 
of the play. 

By creating a dynamic and imagina- 
tive atmosphere through their work, the 
members of the Cycloramists have 
helped to make our school setting more 
pleasant. 



Cycloramist officers — FRONT ROW: Carolyn Freed; Sally 
Sheehan; Joanne Gloth. BACK ROW: Diane Tomassetti. 





Be finished here in a minute, Miss Erickson! 
Bet my horse is bigger than yours! 



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Mr. Shindler and co-captains, Rich Page and Dave Streeter 




Armed with a silver badge of author- 
ity, members of the Traffic Squad have 
again fulfilled the important function 
of maintaining a smooth flow of traffic 
in the halls. In addition, they have as- 
siduously checked the passes of transient 
students during "G" block, and have 
aided faculty members who were on 
duty in the cafeteria. Mr. Shindler, the 
faculty adviser, was assisted this year 
by senior co-captains, Rich Page and 
Dave Streeter. 

Each year the Traffic Squad is com- 
prised of junior and senior boys whose 
academic ability and "persuasiveness" 
make them competent in this job. 




C. J. asleep in the deep 



The stalwart coordinators of traffic co-ordination 




An intellectual movement is surging 
through Longmeadow High School. 
Under the guidance of Mr. Walter Rep- 
pucci, a Great Books Club has been 
organized to acquaint students with 
some of the great books in world litera- 
ture. The members meet informally to 
discuss the works of Aristotle, Shakes- 
peare, Milton, and Thoreau. For variety, 
the club plans to study the Declaration 
of Independence and the Federalist 
Papers. 




Throughout the past year, for one night a 
week after school, a small group of boys have 
met secretly in rooms 22 and 23. While their 
friends were enjoying themselves, these dedi- 
cated young scientists were diligently working 
out scientific problems. They toiled late into 
the night, poring over ancient and dusty vol- 
umes, probing the mysteries of science. Then, 
whenever the janitor mustered up enough cour- 
age to tell them to leave, he was usually con- 
fronted by several cold stares and perhaps a hex 
or two. 

Being an outsider, I had been curious as to 
their intentions. One day I managed to corner 
one of "them," and in answer to my questions 
I was told simply, "For Science and our glorious 
leader, Mr. Pratt!" 

I had not known Mr. Pratt very well, but he 
had never seemed to be a dictator. Later, dur- 
ing an interview, his mild manner put me at 
ease, and I found that he was the faculty ad- 
viser of the Science Club. Mr. Pratt himself 
told me that this new organization had been 
created to stimulate student experimentation 
outside of the classroom. Members were per- 
mitted to use school equipment for individual 
projects. 

I came away from this interview convinced 
that the Science Club was not a clandestine 
group organized for subversion, but a construc- 
tive addition to the extracurricular program. 




Mr. Pratt says, "Wait until you see this one." 




AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE 
A.F.S. Candidates anticipate future travels. 




In October, the Longmeadow Chapter 
of American Field Service began the an- 
nual task of selecting four students from 
the Junior Class to apply for the summer 
exchange program. Mrs. Charles Carter 
headed the selection committee which 
was assisted by Mr. Orsen Joly, faculty 
adviser, and by Mary Alice Astaldi and 
Judy Leers, student representatives; the 
committee ably handled the hard selection 
task. 

Last summer Mary Alice Astaldi, as 
the Longmeadow representative, jour- 
neyed to the Philippines; this school year, 
we are proud hosts for Roy dela Cruz of 
the Philippines. A town committee is 
considering expanding the program to 
include sending a student abroad for an 
entire school year. 




Are Roy dela Cruz and Mary Alice Astaldi doing 
the Philiipine twist? 




Mr. Ness, the head of the mathematics 
department, this year inaugurated a chapter 
of the National High School and Junior 
College Mathematics Club. The members 
have chosen the chapter name Mu Alpha 
Theta. In order to belong to this organi- 
zation, a student must be a junior or senior 
and must have at least a "B" average in his 
high school math courses. The club's purpose 
is to create interest in the new ideas in 
mathematics; therefore each member is ex- 
pected to present a lecture to the club on 
one of these innovations. With John Baron, 
president; Roy dela Cruz, vice-president; 
and Jim Sagalyn, secretary, the club should 
have success in creating new interest in an 
"old" subject. 

Bob Patterson 




Through the efforts of the Longmeadow High 
School Business Club, an innovation has been made in 
the school this year. This is the high school book 
store which specializes in paperback books for edu- 
cational and informal reading. 

In addition to management of the Lancer Book 
Store, the club, which consists of twenty-four mem- 
bers, assists the office staff and faculty with typing, 
mimeographing, and stencil work. 

The club's officers are: Nancy Milton, president; 
Francine Joyal, vice-president; Linda Taft, secretary; 
Jean Cantwell, treasurer; and Steve Marcus, sergeant- 
at-arms. 

In addition to its regular activities, the year was 
highlighted by a field trip to the Connecticut General 
Life Insurance Company where the members of the 
club were afforded a better understanding of large 
business operations. 



Francine Joyal, Mr. Dankevich, and Nancy Milton plan book- 
store operations. 




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RED CROSS CLUB 




This idea was instituted by the year's slate 
of officers: president, Karen Hardy; vice- 
president, Joyanne Marcus; secretary, Cyn- 
thia Tebaldi; and treasurer, Helen Savio. 

Among the club's other activities were: 
a fund drive conducted throughout the 
school to promote membership in the club; 
a drive to collect gifts for the children at 
Monson State Hospital; a drive to collect 
cosmetics for the patients at Northampton 
Hospital; and the decoration of the Holyoke 
Soldiers Home and Northampton Hospital 
for several parties. This year Mrs. Blake- 
borough again served as sponsor for the 
club. 



This year the Longmeadow High School 
Red Cross Club has achieved its two objec- 
tives — to perform services for hospitals 
and the less fortunate and to do some kind 
of service for the school. The organization 
of a Student Aid Program, a group of stu- 
dents who assist newcomers to the school, 
was the year's major school service project. 




The arrival of a high school 
nurse, Mrs. Joan Low, and a grow- 
ing enthusiasm in Longmeadow 
High School for careers in the 
medical field are the reasons for the 
formation of the Future Nurses 
Club. 

Led by Sue Thompson, president; 
Fran Sciutto, secretary; and Sue 
Pierson, treasurer, the club planned 
many activities, the first of which 
was a bake sale to raise money for 
field trips to various hospitals. 

The club's main objective was 
to familiarize students with the 
number of different job opportuni- 
ties within the medical field, such 
as dental hygienist, medical secre- 
tary and physical therapist, and to 
further develop the interest in 
medicine that is already present. 



Lynn Shapiro; Gail Shields; Fran Sciutto; Laurie Brigham; Sue Thompson; Mrs. Low. 
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This year, the Future Teachers of America 
have been very active. They presented movies, 
lecturers, and discussions. Also, the club visited 
the University of Massachusetts, where they 
observed teaching-in-action in a school build- 
ing especially designed for observation. Early 
in the year, under the supervision of their 
adviser, Mr. Edmond Houle, the club elected 
the following officers: Sandy Dyson, president; 
Louise Adam, vice-president; Jane Charles- 
worth, treasurer; Carol Sunter, secretary; and 
Carol Feldman, librarian. 

Raising money for their scholarship fund 
was a major goal of the Future Teachers. The 
club held a bake sale and also sponsored a stu- 
dent-faculty volleyball game. At the end of the 
year some deserving senior, who wishes to be 
a teacher, will receive the same scholarship of 
$150 that Betty Hernberg, of the Class of 1962, 
enjoyed this year. 



FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA OFFICERS AND ADVISER 
Carol Feldman, librarian; Jane Charlesworth, treasurer; Sandy Dyson, 
president; Carol Sunter, secretary; Louise Adam, vice-president; Mr. 
Edmond Houle, adviser. 



Under the supervision of Mrs. 
Gertrude Blakeborough, Les Cuis- 
inieres, twenty-five girls, each deft 
in the art of cooking, are prepared 
to whip up fancy cakes, cookies 
and tea sandwiches for such affairs 
as P. T. A. meetings, school recep- 
tions, and class dances. 

As its first project, the club baked 
Christmas goodies for the one 
hundred and fifty people who were 
to attend the Honor Society tea in 
December. 

Responsible for the success of 
this effort and those that followed 
were: Joyce Raymond, president; 
Marjorie Lauer, vice-president; 
Susan Pierson, secretary; and Judy 
Memery, treasurer. 




FRONT ROW: Joyce Raymond, president; Judy Memerv, treasurer; Sue Pierson, secre- 
tary; Margie Lauer, vice-president. MIDDLE ROW: Pat Fortin; Bunny Frank; Sue 
Khrone; Robin Amyx; Jeanne Sanders; Sue Hulit; Myra Cohen. TOP ROW: Janice 
Temple; Frances McKee; Marpi Tayior; Sandy Dyson; ludv Benzell; Sue Thompson. 



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"Bonjour!" was the greeting 
that everyone received from Mr. 
William Whittaker, as the first 
meeting of French Club came to 
order. "Les Bavardeurs," as the 
club is called, has these officers: 
Judy Leers, president; Betty Fein, 
vice-president; Janice Siegel, sec- 
retary; and Penney Graham, 
treasurer. 

All members have signed a 
"gage d'honneur" to speak 
French at all times. Therefore, 
Mr. Kirby Judd presented a pro- 
gram about his teaching exper- 
iences in France in French. "Les 
Bavardeurs" are learning that 
speaking French is fun. 



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Domina Leab dictates Forum Romanum policy. 



Officers: Seated: Deborah Frisbie; John Baron. Stand- 
ing: Clayton Kimball; Deborah Noone. 

Under the direction of "Domina" Gladys Leab, the 
Forum Romanum held a most successful Latin Ban- 
quet this year. The gala event took place in the spring. 
Underclassmen arrived garbed in the simple tunic 
of the slave. The upperclassmen, lavishly dressed in 
purple and gold-trimmed tunics and bedecked with 
jewels, represented the Roman aristocracy. During a 
typical Roman feast of various fruits and wines, the 
guests were entertained by singing, dancing and a 
spirited gladiatorial fight. Prizes were awarded to 
those guests wearing the most elaborate costumes. 

The officers were: John Baron, president; Deborah 
Frisbie, vice-president; Deborah Noone, secretary; 
and Clayton Kimball, treasurer. 




Early this year, the members of 
the Chess Club lived through a 
crisis. Regular attendance at club 
meetings dropped until only a 
handful of loyal players remained. 

Robert Yodlowski, the club's 
executive secretary, led the chess 
players in a drive to find new mem- 
bers, but only a few were found. 
Even Mr. Ahern, the faculty adviser 
believed his club's activities might 
come to an end for lack of interest. 

Fortunately, the enthusiasm of 
these half-dozen supporters con- 
vinced Mr. Ahern to maintain the 
club. Since then, the Chess Club 
has arranged a schedule of meets 
with several local high schools. 

This year's members have pre- 
served the Chess Club as a regular 
part of Longmeadow's extra-curri- 
cular program. 




A new recreational club has been introduced 
to Longmeadow High School this year. Mr. 
Robert Homer is the adviser and chaperon of the 
Ski Club. 

On every Friday afternoon during the winter 
months, when weather permitted, the club, con- 
sisting of nearly two hundred members, clambered 
aboard buses packed with ski equipment and 
excitement. 

These trips make lessons available to each mem- 
ber, and provide a time for socializing on a large 
scale. 

Meredith Mudgett, president; Dave Sinish, vice 
president; Ann Lincoln, secretary; and Frank 
Weitzman, treasurer; helped make Mr. Homer's 
job of organizing these trips easier and provided 
a base for future activities. 



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A lonely, forgotten corner of Longmeadow 
High School — it's 12 noon, lunch time; two 
figures slip swiftly and silently into the corner: 
they meet . . . 

Suddenly a brilliant flash of light illuminates 
the corner, engulfing the figures, and leaving 
them frozen in surprise . . . Another secret 
meeting is uncovered and recorded by the can- 
did camera of the Longmeadow High School 
Photography Club. The photo will be sent to 
Room 30 or Room 26 where the meeting will 
be immortalized on the pages of the Jet Jotter 
or Masacksic. 

Responsibility for this rapid work may be 
credited to the twenty members of the club 
and their supervisor, Mr. John Rossiter. Officers 
include: James Sagalyn, president; Robert Dor- 
man, lab chief; and Ted Lyman, secretary. 

In addition to taking pictures for the 
Masacksic and Jet Jotter, the club is respon- 
sible for films of the football games. 

The members learn proficiency in photog- 
raphy and provide a great service to the school 
... so keep that in mind next time you slip 
into a dimly lighted corner of L.H.S. 



The world comes to Longmeadow High School 
through the activities of the World Affairs Club. 
Under the direction of its adviser, Mr. Joly, the club 
met Tuesday afternoons and discussed such topics 
as Communist China, the Cuban Crisis, and the 
Common Market. Highlighting the list of speakers 
were Istvan Moldovan YI, a Hungarian student at 
Springfield College, who related experiences of the 
Hungarian Revolt, and Mr. Richard Usher of the 
State Department, who spoke on Southeast Asia. 
During the year, members attended the Model Gen- 
eral Assembly at Harvard University, the Model 
Security Council at Amherst College, and the A.I.C. 
Model Congress. 



Peter Stahl, treasurer; David Barrett, vice-president; 
David Arlen, secretary; and Peter Cherbas, president. 




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Each year Funday, under the direction of Mr. Maurice 
Suher is enthusiastically received by the Longmeadow High 
School student body, and last year was no exception. Dave 
Charlesworth, serving as Master of Ceremonies, introduced 
such acts as "Nature Boy" Bill Matuelewicz and "Nature 
Girl" Leslie Harkless, Gail Russell's impression of Liberace 
and Marilyn Monroe, and Mary Alice Astaldi's rhumba with 
Jack Egan and Bill Sunter. 

The act which will be remembered the longest was "School 
Daze," featuring the antics of such noted scholars as Kitty 
Kaynor, Carolyn Cummings, "Mugs" Silansky, and Joey Ro- 
land. This performance was highlighted by Gilla Richter's 
leading the "class" in song — German style! 



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Maintaining Longmeadow High School's partiality towards Thornton 
Wilder's plays, the 1962 Dramatic Club presented Wilder's wryly philo- 
sophical The Skin of Our Teeth. Set in various epochs of mankind's 
history, the play chronicles the growth of the Antrobus family and at 
the same time satirizes the priggishness of man. Leading the large but 
skillful cast of amateurs were Andy Cox as Sabina, the scatterbrained 
maid; Al Wood as George Antrobus, the eccentric, stormy politician; 
Pam Carson as Mrs. Antrobus, his prim wife; and Bill Ferris and Margie 
Fox as their two "angelic" children. 




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BAND 



FRONT ROW: Debbie Frisbie; Sue Valliere; Robert Fried- 
lander; Robert Yodlowski; Joel Greenfeld; Art Bloom; Dave 
Sinish; Jack Shindler; Carol Atwood; Greg Pearson. SECOND 
ROW: Ken Cohen; George Busby; Steve Wilson; Wendy How- 
land; Marlene Gurland; Guy Lithwin; Bob Joly; Marcia Gale; 
David Leeper; Charles Ferguson, Bob Mikloski; Reg Murphy; 



Charles Long; Ronni Bloor. THIRD ROW: Alan Harwood 
Dave Nettleton; Steve Keiser; Robert Guertin; John Baron 
Steve Aldrich; Steve Petluck; Phil Schmidt; Arthur Rickless 
Ron Waiksnoris; Bruce Williams; Jeff Kaufman. TOP ROW 
Jeanine Brady; Jim Harrelson; Don LePage; Steve Alport; Neil 
Whitehead. 



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FRONT ROW: Meredith Mudgett; Janice Temple; Leslie 
Dierauf; Ronni Bloom; Gary Kahn; Judy Waskiewicz; Joan 
Hernberg; Jeanine Brady. SECOND ROW: Karen Stothert; 
Roy dela Cruz; Cliff Terry; Susan Edwards; Dave Sinish; Jack 
Shindler; Art Bloom; Greg Pearson; Bob Mauterstock; John 

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Baron. THIRD ROW: Marilyn Nye; Marion Bartlett; Scott 
Kahn; Joy Nettleton; Bob Lezinski; Bob Friedlander; Anita 
Klempner; Debbie Frisbie; Marcia Gale; Dave Leeper; Bruce 
Williams. TOP ROW: Connie Ramberg; Frank Masterson; 
Don Lepage. 




Music transports the soul. 



"Practice makes perfect." Only those in the music department, under 
the direction of Mr. Wilfred Burkle, know how true this can be. Never- 
theless, all of the hard work comes to fruition when the music organiza- 
tion appears in school activities. 

Pep rallies in the early fall provide the first opportunity for the band 
to perform. The preparation for the marching at half-time constitutes 
a large part of the band's work. 

December finds the entire music department preparing for the annual 
Christmas assembly. In this program the band, orchestra and choral groups 
perform popular pieces as well as some that are less well-known. After 
this our musicians depart, with the- rest of us, for a well-earned vacation. 

The spring months set the stage for the next major music presentation. 
The program, featuring the Lyrics, Glee Club, Band, and Orchestra, is 
the culmination of their winter rehearsals. 

A unique program was initiated in the spring of 1962; this was an 
exchange concert with Niskayuna High School of Niskayuna, New York. 
This is the first time that such a program was attempted in this area. 
Because of the success of this program, it is hoped that it will become an 
annual event. 



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LYRICS 

FRONT ROW: Louise Adam; Linda Billings; Sue Shepard; Charlesworth; Sandy Dyson; Gene Sokolowski; Dave Streeter. 

Vicky Boucher; Jane Donnelly; Marcia Gale; Beverly Roth- TOP ROW: John Baron; Chuck Adams; Craig Jackson; Chuck 

man; Martha Galbraith. MIDDLE ROW: Larry Cooley; Cantor; Alice Underwood; Ronni Bloom; John Carter; Clark 

Neil Whitehead; Martha Russell; Sue Thompson; Carolyn Shattuck; Frank Anzalotti; Finn Charlesworth; Steve Fox. 
Alspach; Robin Atkinson; Sue Hulit; Sue Hayes; Jane 




FRONT ROW: Jane Donnelly; Fran Sciutto; Pat Cross; Margo 
Godfrey; Dorine Blake; Gene Sokolowski; Neil Whitehead; 
Ronnie Vollmar; Jill Harrington; Laurie Ronaldson; Marcia 
Gale; Cathy Pitkat; Martha Galbraith. MIDDLE ROW: Bev- 
erly Rothman; Lynn Shapiro; Bunny Frank; Beth Ellis; Flor- 
ence Kitchener; Louise Adam; Don Gregory; John Baron; 



JUNIOR AND SENIOR GLEE CLUB 



Steve Alport; Carol Chereskin; Carolyn Frueh; Pam Stone; 
Sue Hennick; Ronni Bloom; Sandy Dyson. TOP ROW: Carole 
Low; Susan Thompson; Diane Davenport; Penney Graham; 
Gail Russell; Robin Atkinson; Craig Jackson; Dave Streeter; 
Steve Fox; Finn Charlesworth; Candy Rock; Sue Hulit; Sue 
Pierson; Lynn Davenport; Linda Billings; Helen Savio. 




GLEE CLUB 



FRONT ROW: Gail McQuarrie; Nancy Bennett; Karen Oren- 
stein; Nancy Brigham; Janet Bardach; Carol Rachele; Susi 
Pringle; Sue Shepard; Margie Lauer; Charlie Ferguson; Larry 
Cooley; Dick Flint; Dianne Kellner; Linda Childs; Sue Childs 
Pat Stelzer; Carol Atwood; Julie Williams. SECOND ROW 
Linda Lane; Mary Hollabaugh; Phyllis Lawrence; Jane Houck 
Haidee Falconer; Linda Goldberg; Mary Beth Lockwood 
Donna Faubert; Judy Milne; Vicky Boucher; Debby Hirsh- 
field; Linda Palczynski; Chuck Kantor; Paul Reitz; Steve 
Nuger; Charlene D'Avanzo; Anne Wallace; Lynn Parker; 
Debbie Mitchell; Kathy Galbraith; Bev Smith; Peg Aldrich. 
THIRD ROW: Sue Salerno; Joan Corbett; Julie Winters; 
Jayne Laubinger; Carolyn Alspach; Nancy Leavitt; Sally May- 



ock; Holly Clark; Linda Messenger; Linda Malmstrom; Janis 
Hernberg; Jo-Anne Leff; Debbie Levine; Fred Baxter; Jim 
Baxter; Aian Kimble; Robert Leff; Stan Salfas; Jill Parker; 
Jane Charlesworth; Chris Zacarian; Sue Alport; Molly Moor- 
man; Eve Sue Benton; Andrea Henry. TOP ROW: Barb 
Ryder; Roberta Bernstein; Donna Palmer; Lois Abrahams; 
Judy Benzell; Robin Hart; Karen Elmer; Ann Kent; Barbara 
Bentson; Martha Russell; Gretchen Balthaser; Susan Hayes; 
John Carter; Clark Shattuck; Will Thayer; Chuck Adams; 
Henry Talbert; Frank Anzolotti; Susan Benson; Katherine 
Beilby; Nancy Fitch; Joan Hernberg; Helen Cort; Joyce 
Mulkerin; Ronni Alberts; Leslie Dierauf; Alice Underwood. 




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Mary Alice Astaldi and Jim Finn reign at the Prom 



JUNIOR PROM 




On the evening of February 3, 1962, the gym was 
magically transformed into a medieval setting to corres- 
pond to the theme of the Junior Prom, "Camelot." The 
castles, the flowering trees, and the lily pond with 
flowing water, demonstrated the artistic ability of the 
decorations committee which had been guided by Judy 
Leers and Linda Silverman. Another feature was the 
music, provided by Tony Ravosa's band. Although far 
from medieval, the music appealed to everyone at the 
Prom. The highlight of the evening was the crowning 
of Jim Finn and Mary Alice Astaldi as king and queen. 
The success of the prom can be attributed to the gen- 
eral chairmen, Nancy Almgren and Jim Finn, and their 
committees. 




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The sound of the music of Tony Ravosa's 
orchestra drifted across the cafeteria. The dan- 
cers moved in a setting of magnolia trees and 
Spanish moss, under the magic of a large yel- 
low moon. Dominating this romantic scene 
was a stately southern mansion. 

These beautiful decorations created by Miss 
Erickson and the art department were tangible 
evidence that the work of the various com- 
mittees under the direction of Prom co-chair- 
men Barbara Benton, William Ferris, and Neil 
Markson had been successful. 

We are sure that the class of 1962 enjoyed 
their Senior Prom, but were saddened with 
the realization that it was the last social event 
of their high school careers. 



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SENIOR BANQUET 



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The Senior Banquet is an event at which 
the graduating class honors the students, 
faculty, and friends that have helped make 
their high school careers happy and success- 
ful. The Senior Banquet of the Class of 
1962, held at Wiggins Tavern, was no 
exception. 

Miss Baird and Mr. D'Agostino, as recip- 
ients of the Masacksic dedication, accepted 
the first yearbooks from Virginia Shakour, 
the editor-in-chief. At the close of the festi- 
vities, Gilla Richter, the exchange student 
from West Germany, personally thanked the 
students and faculty for including her in the 
life of our school and community. 

Although it was a happy occasion, there 
was some sadness, for every senior realized 
that this was one of the last events at which 
the class would be together. 



Mr. Climo is honored by the Senior Class 




A mixture of emotions 



Last year, the weatherman was good to the 
Class of '62, favoring them with a mild and 
balmy day for their outdoor graduation, a 
most successful "first" at Longmeadow High 
School. Parents and friends of the graduates 
found the extra room and fresh air a pleasant 
change from the crowded auditorium. 

The Seniors, dressed in black and white 
caps and gowns listened attentively to guest 
speaker, Dr. Herold Hunt, of Harvard's 
Graduate School of Education, who spoke on 
"Life's Priorities." This speech and the one 
made by Tom Clarke, president of the Class 
of 1962, held a deep and unforgettable 
meaning for each senior about to leave the 
familiar world of Longmeadow High and 
enter the world of college or career. 

This graduation was also a solemn occa- 
sion for Marshals Anne Murphy and Jim 
Finn and Ushers Mary Alice Astaldi, Sue 
Dale, Debbie Frisbie, Meredith Mudgett, 
Louise Siegel, Rick Cowles, Ronnie Kuzon, 
Rich Page, Steve Parker, and Joe Rowland, 
for it served as the introduction of their 
class to the responsibilities of senior year. 





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FRONT ROW: Mr. Ursprung; Wells Chandler; Bill Diver; 
Don Temple; Steve Parker; Steve Goldberg; Bob Cohen; 
Steve McNaught; Mr. D'Agostino. 

SECOND ROW: Don Ferris; Gil Upson; Mark Williams; 
Bruce Sutherland; Bob Mauterstock; Bob VanGaasbeck; 
Don Greenwell; John Potter; Jim Taylor. 



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VARSITY FOOTBALL 



THIRD ROW: John Carter; Bruce Van Dolson; Ben Boyn- 
ton; Cal Sickles; Steve Baldwin; Clark Shatruck; Bruce 
McCuIlough; Joe Chiusano. 

BACK ROW: Roger Siver; Dave Blakeman; Charlie Ar- 
nold; Brian Margolis; Jim Purdy; Barry Wolfert; Richard 
Flier; Mike Hardy; Will Thayer. 



FOOTBALL 

The Lancers finished the season as 
the only team in Western Massachu- 
setts with a record of no defeats and 
no ties. The big game was the first, 
against Enfield, the defending Subur- 
ban League Champions. In defense, 
Steve Parker, John Potter, and Steve 
Baldwin halted the Enfield passing 
attack, and the Raiders had to resort 
to a ground game for both T.D.'s. 
However, quarterback Don Green- 
well's two touchdown runs and Steve 
Baldwin's conversion enabled the Lan- 
cers to come from behind and defeat 
the Raiders by a score of 14-12. 

With Enfield down and out, the 
Lancers were going all the way. In 
rapid succession South Hadley, Palmer, 
and Minnechaug fell to the tough 
Longmeadow squad. 




Co-Captain Steve Goldberg 



In Longmeadow's final game of the Suburban 
League, quarterback John Potter led the Lancers to 
a 20-6 victory over arch-rival East Longmeadow. The 
Spartans had possession until Baldwin tallied for the 
first touchdown on an East Longmeadow fumble. 
Later, he and Steve Parker scored for two more, and 
Don Temple supplied the conversion. The Lancer 
defense, led by Steve Goldberg, held the Spartan 
offense to only one touchdown. 

In the classical game Don Greenwell, recovering 
from a sprained ankle, came off the bench to win the 
game, passing to Baldwin and rushing twice. 



Because of their outstanding performances during 
the season, Joe Chiusano, Bob Mauterstock, Steve 
Parker, Bruce Sutherland, and Gil Upson were 
selected for the All-Suburban-League team. Rugged 
lineman Bob Mauterstock was named All Western 
Massachusetts tackle. 

Co-Captains Steve Baldwin and Bob Mauterstock, 
assisted by many lettermen who will return next fall, 
look forward to another fine season — and another 
title. 

Suburban League Champs — that's something to be 
proud of. 



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VARSITY FOOTBALL RECORD 

Longmeadow Visitors 

14 Enfield 12 

24 South Hadley 12 

34 Palmer 6 

40 Minnechaug 

22 Ludlow 6 

20 East Longmeadow 6 

20 Classical 6 




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VARSITY SOCCER 



FRONT ROW: Bob Chaffee; Bob Levine; Pete Hobart; 
Reed Cruess; Jim Finn; Rick Cowles; Art Bloom; Gary 
Gibbons; Rich Page; Jim Sagalyn; Dave Sinish. 
BACK ROW: Bob Joly; Brad Craig; Pete Leven; Neil 



Rivchin; Al Cowles; Murray Leety; Steve Moyer; Harry 
Ehrlich; Bill Matulewicz; Dave Streeter; Rocky Adriance; 
Craig Jackson; Ron Kuzon; Mr. Suher. 



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To quote Coach Suher, "The 
1962 soccer team was one of the 
finest teams ever assembled at 
Longmeadow High School." Its 
chief asset was the depth of the 
squad. At fullback, co-captain Rick 
Cowles, Bob Chaffee, Al Cowles, 
and Peter Leven played aggressive, 
hard-checking ball and at halfback, 
the hustle of co-captain Jim Finn, 
Pete Miller, Harry Ehrlich, and Art 
Bloom added to the effectiveness of 
the squad. Playing in the line were 
seniors Dave Streeter, Gary Gib- 
bons, Ron Kuzon, Rich Page, and 
Reed Cruess. Streeter was high 
scorer of the team with ten goals, 
followed by Gibbons with nine. 
Streeter was the outstanding player 
on the team as he could move the 
ball quickly down the sidelines, 
cross with either foot, and score. 




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The team started the season well, winning seven 
out of its first eight games. However, the squad was 
disappointed at the end of the season when five of 
the last six games were defeats, and the team ended 
with a record of 8 wins, 6 losses, and 2 ties. 

The most exciting game of the season was the 
game with Ludlow, played on their home field. It 
was a miserable, rainy afternoon and Ludlow was 
leading 2-1 near the end of the third period. With 
only seconds to play, the Lancer line rushed the Lud- 
low goal. Gary Gibbons headed the ball into the 
crossbar. It bounced off and Dave Streeter kicked 
it back, unluckily hitting the cross bar for the sec- 



ond time. As the ball rebounded, Rich Page drove 
it into the mouth of the goal, but a Ludlow player 
managed somehow to deflect it, and the game was 
over. Ludlow had won the hard-played game by a 
score of 2-1. 

In the post-season selections for the Pioneer Val- 
ley All-Star Team, Rick Cowles and Dave Streeter 
were placed on the first team, Jim Finn on the sec- 
ond team, and Bill Matulewicz, who was an excep- 
tionally fine goalie, received honorable mention. 

Next year's co-captains will be Harry Ehrlich, Bob 
Chaffee, and Al Cowles. 




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VARSITY SOCCER 




Longmeadow 


Visitors 




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Classical 


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West Springfield 
Ludlow 


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Tech 


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Minnechaug 

East Longmeadow 

Classical 


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West Springfield 
Ludlow 


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Minnechaug 


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East Longmeadow 


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JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL 



FRONT ROW: Dave Blakeman; John Carter; Barclay 
Macon; Ross Appelman; Scott Macfarlane; John Buckley; 
John Burns; Ken Siegel; Al Gorrod; Jeff Chandler; Dan 
Cohen; Bob Parsons; Pete Graham. 

MIDDLE ROW: Alan Kibbe; Eugene Hardy; Jeff Dia- 
mond; Roy Lithwin; Barry Wolfert; Richard Flier; Bruce 



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Van Dolson; Will Thayer; Bart Frisbie; Brian Margolis; 
Charles Arnold; Bob Vadaboncouer. 

BACK ROW: Mr. Burke; Don Ferris; Ken Hollister; 
Sandy Pool; Paul Homstead; Gary Tampone; James Martin; 
Bruce McCullough; Ben Boynton; Mr. Ryder. 






Coached by Mr. Ryder and Mr. Burke, the 1962 
Junior Varsity Football Team ended its season with 
one win, two losses, and one tie. The squad lost its 
first game to Enfield by a score of 14-6 and tied 
its second game with West Springfield. The team's 
most satisfying game was their 24-0 defeat of Min- 
nechaug. Despite losing to Ludlow by 8 points, this 



was the first team to score against the Ludlow J.V. 
in three years. Throughout the season the team, with 
the strong performances of such players as Brian 
Margolis, Dave Blakeman, Bruce Van Dolson, Ben 
Boynton, and Don Ferris, worked hard to gain the 
experience needed for future varsity competition. 




FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 



FRONT ROW: Sandy Pool; Barclay Macon; Ross Appel- 
man; Scott Macfarlane; Ken Siegel; Paul Homstead; Al 
Gorrod; Jeff Chandler; Dan Cohen; Bob Parsons. 



BACK ROW: Mr. Burke; Bob Vadaboncouer, Jeff Dia- 
mond; Roy Lithwin, John Buckley; Gary Tampone; James 
Martin; Bart Frisbie; Pete Graham; Mr. Ryder. 



Combining enthusiasm and determination with 
inexperience, this year's Freshman Football Team 
finished with a record of one tie and two losses. 
Under the coaching of Mr. Ryder and Mr. Burke, 
the freshman team played only three games, because 
of injuries, but many of its members played in J.V. 

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games. The squad tied its first game with Palmer 
with a score of 6-6 but lost its last two games with 
Ludlow and East Longmeadow by scores of 16-6 and 
28-8 respectively. The team was supported by the 
outstanding playing of Jeff Diamond, Bart Frisbie, 
Al Gorrod, and Jim Martin. 




JUNIOR VARSITY SOCCER 



FRONT ROW: Bill Cook; Larry Spaulding; Steve Wilson; 
Ray Munn; Norm Patten; Steve Keiser; Dana Paige; Paul 
Rigali; Bob Joly; George Busby. 
BACK ROW: Mr. Climo; Sam Chapin; Carl Larkin; Bob 



Conti; Lee Seabury; Jeff Lyman; Ned Reidy; Bill Lincoln; 
David Tomassetti; Jeff Brunei; Colin Fuller; John Smith; 
Robert Lezinski. 



The Junior Varsity Soccer Team, coached by Mr. 
Climo, ended the 1962 season with a fine record of 
eight wins, three losses, and one tie. The team's 
success may be attributed to a number of factors. 
Outstanding plays by Jeff Lyman, Robert Conti, and 
Dave Tomassetti sparked many winning games. The 
high scoring of George Busby often made the dif- 
ference between a win and a loss. The capable man- 
agement of John Smith and Robert Lezinski cannot 



be overlooked, as they contributed to the logistic 
support of the team. A notable achievement was the 
team's two victories over Southwick, rivals from the 
previous year. 

The fact that over three-fourths of the team con- 
sisted of sophomores seems to indicate that next 
year's varsity and junior varsity soccer teams will 
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FRESHMAN SOCCER 



FRONT ROW: Kevin Donnelly; Bob Busby; John Down- 
ton; Ken Cohen; John Gushue; Peter Adriance; Bob John- 
son; Bob Lincoln; Robbie Ranahan; Reed Gramse; Clint 
Paige; Rich Johnson. 

Enthusiasm reigned supreme on the Freshman 
Soccer Team during this season. Although they did 
not enjoy a winning year, the boys made an excellent 
showing considering that they were matched against 
junior varsity teams from other schools. However, 
many schools are going to initiate freshman soccer 
teams, so in the future our frosh teams will be more 
equally matched. 



BACK ROW: Mr. Teixeira; Jim Sullivan; Scott Baird; 
Richie Kagan; Bob Goodhue; Chip Donahue; Frank D'An- 
gelo; Charlie Ferguson; Eddie Merriam; Mike Finn; Steve 
Trepp; Dick Flint. 

Coach Teixeira sees a bright future for these 
spirited boys, as they showed real interest in per- 
fecting their ability. Outstanding performances were 
given by Scott Baird, Robbie Ranahan, Reed Gramse, 
Frank D'Angelo, and Eddie Merriam. Longmeadow 
High School is looking forward to seeing the mem- 
bers of the Freshman Soccer Team spurring future 
junior varsity and varsity soccer teams to victory. 



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Mr. Josselyn; Bill Matulewicz; George Beilby; Mike Bet- 
ley; Bill Dyson; Clark Shattuck; Bob Russell; Gary Gib- 




VARSITY BASKETBALL 



bons; Jim Purdy; Steve Parker; Steve Baldwin; Gerry Shel- 
don; Wells Chandler. 



BASKETBALL 



The 1963 Longmeadow Basketball 
Team finished the season with a record 
of six wins and thirteen losses. It was 
only the second team in seven years to 
finish without a winning season. The 
main factor in the poor season was 
that the team lacked depth with only 
two returnees from last year's team. 
The brilliant ball-handling, shooting 
and rebounding of Captain Bill Matu- 
lewicz inspired the team to victories in 
six games. The starting team consisted 
of guards Gibbons and Beilby, center 
Matulewicz, and forwards Parker and 
Shattuck. 




The opening game against Ludlow was the worst 
of the season because the team was unsure of its 
capabilities. The second, played at Minnechaug, was 
a spirited game as the score was tied in the last half 
minute at thirty-nine points. During the Christmas 
holidays, the team had the chance to avenge its first 
losses by playing Ludlow and Minnechaug in the 
Springfield College Invitational Tournament, but the 
loss of Bill Matulewicz through excessive personal 
fouls, left the team without the leader it needed. 

The highlights of the season were the games 
played with Agawam. In the first game Bill Matule- 
wicz had thirty-six points and led the team to a 62- 



Steve Parker 



46 victory. In the rematch of the two teams at Aga- 
wam, Longmeadow won 70-69. 

Gary Gibbons and Steve Parker were high men 
with twelve points apiece. This game was a victory 
for team work and did not depend on the regular 
starters: Matulewicz, Gibbons and Beilby all fouled 
out, and Steve Baldwin, Mike Betley and Wells 
Chandler were the reserves that came off the bench 
to spark the victory. 

Next year's prospects look bright with the return 
of Clark Shattuck, Wells Chandler, Jim Purdy, Gerry 
Sheldon, Steve Baldwin, and Bill Dyson. 



Mike Betley 



VARSITY 
BASKETBALL 




Bob Russell 

Longmeadow Visitors 

49 Ludlow 74 40 

39 Minnechaug 42 61 

53 Ludlow 63 61 

41 Minnechaug 49 71 

53 Lee 70 44 

43 Ware 46 70 

52 Minnechaug 56 62 

46 East Longmeadow 38 54 

62 Agawam 46 54 

61 Easthampton 78 



Gary Gibbons 

Longmeadow Visitors 

Enfield 54 

Palmer 68 

Ware 54 

East Longmeadow 41 

Ludlow 59 

Agawam 69 

Easthampton 86 

Enfield 65 

Palmer 52 




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JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL 



FRONT ROW: Mr. Teixeira; Roger Wilson; Bob Levine; 
Bob Joly; Steve Moyer; Charles Johnson; Don Ferris. 



BACK ROW: Chip Fossa; Bruce Van Dolson; Wayne 
Donaldson; Bruce McCullough; Roger Siver; Sam Chapin. 



Last year's prophecy for a successful 1962-63 sea- 
son came true. Under Coach Teixeira's firm, but gen- 
tle guiding hand, this year's junior varsity squad re- 
versed last year's record of four wins and ten losses, 
by battling their way to a record of ten wins and 
six losses. With skill and endless hours of practice 
backing them up, the squad made good use of clock- 



work plays and the fast break. 

An interesting note is that the J. V. team lost six 
games by an average of only 3.8 points per game — 
a very slim margin indeed! 

It is evident from this year's improved record, that 
the 1963-64 varsity team should begin the season 
with some good material. 



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WRESTLING 



FRONT ROW: Steve MacNaught; David Blakeman; Fred 

Hoekstra; Peter Graham; Roy Lithwin; Steve Wilson; Jeff 

Chandler. 

MIDDLE ROW: Paul Reitz; John Boltrucyk; Hoyt Poole; 

Mike Delaney; Ted Mayer; Charlie Arnold; Chris Mayer. 

The Longmeadow Lancers added a wrestling team 
to their repetoire of sports this year. Although 
wrestling will not be an official school sport until 
next year, the members showed great drive and per- 
sistence, and this group should be a powerful team 
in the future. Thanks to the efforts of Coach Har- 



BACK ROW: Skip Shatzer; Greg Dawson; Paul Rigali; 
Bob Mauterstock; Wayne Trebbin; Chip Arnold; Bruce 
Sutherland; Alan LaRose; Bruce Cantwell; Guy Lithwin; 
Mr. Harris. 



ris, the team gained much valuable experience in 
both practices and unofficial matches. The school's 
support at home engagements was so enthusiastic 
that, win or lose, our wrestlers were cheered and en- 
couraged by a roaring throng of spectators. 



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VARSITY HOCKEY 



FRONT ROW: Don Greenwell; Tim Beaulieu; Bill Lin- 
coln; John Potter; Don Temple; Murray Leety; Peter Leven; 
Jeff Lyman; Bob Ranahan; John Carter; Craig Jackson. 
BACK ROW: Mr. Ryder; Norm Patten; Bruce Curran; 



Bart Frisbie; Scott Baird; Bob Chaffee; Ned Fitzsimmons; 
Dave Streeter; Carl Larkin; Reed Gramse; Colin Fuller; 
Arthur Rickless; Bill Diver; John Donohoe; Alan Harwood; 
Steve Keiser. 




Don Temple 




HOCKEY 




Craig Jackson 



The friction tape is gone from the locker room 
floor. The shin pads have been stored away. The 
"Beat Cathedral" and "Down with West Side" 
signs are absent from the gymnasium walls. An- 
other hockey season has come to a close. 

Although the hockey team's record of 1 win, 10 
losses, and 4 ties is certainly not impressive when 
taken as cold fact, what they lacked in skill, they 
more than made up for in spirit. This spirit was 
shown in the way they jumped onto the ice, and 
in the way each of their hard-fought points was 
tallied. 

High scorers for the Lancers were Don Temple 
and John Potter. Next year's team, although es- 
sentially the same as this year's, will be hurt by 
the loss of seniors Don Temple, Bill Diver, and 
Dave Streeter. 




Dave Streeter 



VARSITY HOCKEY 

Longmeadow Visitors 



2 



Chicopee 
Technical 


9 
3 


1 
2 


East Longmeadow 
Cathedral 


1 
6 


4 

1 


West Springfield 
Technical 


4 
2 



4 
4 


West Springfield 
East Longmeadow 
Cathedral 


2 
2 
5 


4 

1 
1 


Chicopee 
Chicopee 
Technical 


4 
4 
6 


4 
2 

1 


East Longmeadow 

Chicopee 

West Springfield 


4 
5 
4 



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Steve Parker 



son, and thanks to exceptionally fine hitting, Long- 
meadow crushed the Bulldogs in a 7-4 victory. 

The mighty Lancers made easy work of the Trade 
High School Beavers in their most brilliant win of 
the season. Longmeadow scored six times in the 
first inning alone, and clinched the victory with five 
runs in the seventh. 

Longmeadow rounded out the season with a rec- 



ord of nine wins and five losses. Leading the Lan- 
cer sluggers was Don Greenwell, who finished the 
season with a fine batting average of .385. The team's 
batting average for the season was .291. 

We may well anticipate a great team for 1963, 
with the return of several varsity veterans and other 
able players taken from the 1962 jayvees. 



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Gary Gibbons 



Ronnie Kuzon 



Reed Cruess 




VARSITY BASEBALL 
Longmeadow Visitors 

7 Classical 4 

14 Palmer 13 

3 South Hadley 7 

5 Ludlow 6 

16 Trade 

20 Commerce 6 

4 East Longmeadow ... 2 

8 Minnechaug 9 

10 West Springfield 2 

8 Classical 9 

2 East Longmeadow 9 

13 Trade 3 

5 Minnechaug 4 

14 Ludlow 4 



Tom Donnelly 



Jim Finn 




Batter Up! 



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JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL 





FRONT ROW: Bruce Van Dolson; Gerry Nannen; Chip 
Fossa; Jeff Lyman; Neil Rivchin; Paul Rigali; Dick Bond. 
MIDDLE ROW: Wells Chandler; Bob Joly; Walter Soko- 
lowski; Bob Van Gaasbeck; Tom Reilly; John Potter; Bob 



The 1962 J.V. Baseball Team, coached by Mr. 
Josselyn, had another outstanding season. Individual 
effort and ability gave the team a final record of nine 
victories, two defeats, and two ties. The team's 
spirit and the willingness of the players to work as 
a unit contributed greatly to the successful season. 

Capturing the team batting honors were Steve 
Baldwin, with an average of .476, and Jim Taylor, 
the leading power hitter. Dick Bond, with four wins 



Levine. 

TOP ROW: Norm Patten, John Donohoe; Jim Purdy; 

Steve Baldwin; Jim Taylor; Mr. Josselyn. 



and no defeats, and Neil Rivchin, with three wins 
and no defeats, starred on the mound. 

The season was highlighted by the trouncing of 
Minnechaug by a score of 19-3 and the whitewashing 
of East Longmeadow, 8-0. 

Although one of the most promising pitchers, 
Neil Rivchin, moved away this year, the remaining 
members of the J.V. squad will add strength to this 
spring's varsity team. 




FRESHMAN BASEBALL 



FRONT ROW; Steve Keiser; Bruce Van Dolson; Al Rosa- 
ti; Bill Cook; Jeff Brunei; Mike D'Angelo; Bob Levine. 
MIDDLE ROW: Brian Margolis; Fred Varney; Bob Joly; 
Ron Plaisance; Peter O'Grady; Dave Blakeman; Tom 



Adams. 

TOP ROW: Norm Patten; Clark Shattuck; Roger Wilson; Bob Conti; 

Carl Craft; Mr. Burke. 



Winning only the last of seven games, the 1962 
Freshman Baseball Team had trouble finding vic- 
tories. Although the record was disappointing to 
most fans, they rejoiced to see many promising play- 
ers begin to develop. Brian Margolis, the slugger of 
the team, had the highest batting average and the 
most home runs and triples. Dave Blakeman, Clark 



Shattuck, and Fred Varney developed the wizardry 
of future "Warren Spahns." 

The last game of the freshman squad redeemed 
the season for many of the players and fans. The 
team's trouncing of West Springfield, six runs to 
three, ended their season on a note of hope. 



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GOLF 



GOLF 

Mike Betley; Craig Jackson; Frank Kraft; Steve Roberts; Dave Nissenbaum; 
Bob Patterson; Dave Streeter; Mr. Haskell. 



Minnechaug 

Ludlow 

Tech 

West Springfield 

Classical 

Palmer 

Ludlow 

Agawam 

Minnechaug 

West Springfield 

Agawam 

Tech 

Palmer 



Win 
Win 

Lost 
Win 

Tie 

Lost 
Win 

Lost 
Win 
Win 
Win 

Lost 
Win 



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The 1962 Golf Team had a very successful season. 
The record of eight wins, one tie and three losses was 
one of the finest records made in the area. Craig 
Jackson and Dave Streeter played in the Massachusetts 
Amateur Golf Tournament; Jackson placed twelfth. 



The forecast for golf at Longmeadow is a bright one 
because the team was composed entirely of students 
who will return to play for Longmeadow in the 1963 
season. 



Longmeadow 

9 
7 
8 
6 
3 
9 
8 
7 



TENNIS 

Visitors 

Minnechaug 

Tech 2 

Cathedral 1 

West Springfield 

Classical 6 

Minnechaug 

Tech 1 

Cathedral 2 

Classical' 5 

Holyoke 




TENNIS 

FRONT ROW: Rich Page; Carl Larkin; Dana Paige; Myles Cooley; John King. 
BACK ROW: Mr. Suher; Jim Bateman; Jim Sagalyn; Charles Johnson; John 
Ehrlich; Steve Fox. 



For the second consecutive year, under the capable 
guidance of Coach Maurice Suher, the Longmeadow 
Tennis Team rounded out a spectacular season with 
eight wins and two losses. The only school to de- 
feat the team was Classical, who, Coach Suher con- 
fidently prophesied, will yield the laurels to the Lan- 
cers in the coming season. Longmeadow's most 
striking win was over Minnechaug, a 9-0 victory. 



Top man in 1962 was Jay Deeley. He was backed 
up by Bill Simons, Jim Bateman and others who con- 
tributed their skills and energy to make the tennis 
team a fine squad. 

The highlight of the spring was our entering the 
Western Massachusetts Interscholastic Tennis Tour- 
nament, where we made a good showing: Jim Bate- 
man was not eliminated until the third round. 



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VARSITY TRACK 



FRONT ROW: Dick MacGregory; Muggs Silansky; Chris 
Smith; John Hitz; John Puffer; Ron Finn; Dave Charles- 
worth; Mr. Ursprung. 

SECOND ROW: Finn Charlesworth; Bob Fagin; Joe Row- 
land; Al LaRose; Bruce Brown; Steve Alport; Bob Mauter- 
stock; Chip Arnold. 

THIRD ROW: Tony Clark; Don Gregory; George Busby; 
Daryl Richter; Richard Jacobsohn; George Bacon; Richard 



Thai; Wayne Trebbin. 

FOURTH ROW: Steve MacNaught; Mike Platzer; Roger 

Siver; Ben Boynton; Jeff Rutherford; Peter Jensen; Garry 

Twing; Bruce McCullough. 

BACK ROW: Don Ferris; Chuck Adams; John Preston; 

Colin Fuller; Charlie Arnold; Steve Aldrich; John Mazer; 

Fred Reardon. 



TRACK 



Although several track records had been set dur- 
ing the year, and despite gruelling practices and tre- 
mendous team effort, the 1962 Track Team ended 
the season with one win, one second place, and six 
losses. Mr. Ursprung's fine coaching was exempli- 
fied by the individual accomplishments of three 
boys. Dave Charlesworth, the high scorer of the 
team, set a record of 10.4 seconds in the 100 yard 
dash and 53.3 seconds in the 440. His record in the 
440 was set at the Western Massachusetts Track 
Meet and later Dave became the first Longmeadow 
trackman to participate in a state-wide meet held in 
Boston. Weightman Bob Mauterstock put the shot 



46 feet 11 inches, and Bruce Sutherland threw the 
javelin 145 feet 1 inch. 

Now that the 1963 year is beginning, the team 
looks forward to a successful season. Finn Charles- 
worth and Daryl Richter look promising in the 
jumping events, while Bruce McCullough contri- 
butes to the shot put effort. Runners are Chip Ar- 
nold, Bob Fagin, Garry Twing, and George Busby. 
Rich Thai will throw the javelin. 

Mr. Ursprung feels that the experience gained 
in 1962 has trained this year's squad so that it will 
reverse some of these losses. 



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Bob Fagin 



Chris Smith 




VARSITY TRACK 


Longmeadow 


Visitors 


39 


Amherst 67 


25 


Agawam 84 


411/2 


East Longmeadow HVj 


43 


South Hadley 74 


28 


East Longmeadow 47 Vi 


28 


Minnechaug &IV2 


221/2 


Cathedral II6/2 


22i/ 2 


Southwick 3 


28 


Agawam 89 


92/3 


Minnechaug 2A 2 A 




Al LaRose 



Steve Alport 







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FRONT ROW: Joan Finn; Margie Lauer; C. C. Parker; Peggy Melvin; Cathy Maxwell; 
Anne Wallace; Lynn Parker; Sue Slater; Carol Sunter; Kathy Reilly. 
BACK ROW: Dee Dibble; Karen Hardy; Carol Diamond; Pam Regan; Judy Melvin; 
Candy Rock; Judy Little; Bonnie Smith; Brooks Young; Mary Alice Astaldi; Marcia Gale. 



Mary Alice Astaldi, captain, and 
Chris Basdekis, co-captain . 



CHEERLEADERS 

The pep and vivacity of our 
cheerleaders has spurred this year's 
Lancer teams onward to many vic- 
tories. Led by their captain, Pam 
Regan, and their co-captain, Dee 
Dibble, the squad not only lends 
spirit to a game, but also sets an 
example of good sportsmanship. 
Exceptional athletic ability marks 
their cheers, which often include 
cartwheels and handsprings. 

The spirit of our cheerleaders 
reflects the words of the cheer: 
"Whether we win or whether we 
lose, we're here to back the team." 



GIRLS' 

GYMNASTIC 

TEAM 

An enthusiastic gymnastic team 
was a most pleasant surprise to 
Longmeadow High School this 
year. Taking part in a tri-school 
meet with Minnechaug and East 
Longmeadow, our team won a sec- 
ond place, only a few points behind 
the winning school. The most im- 
pressive performances were given 
by Pam Regan on the trampoline, 
Mary Alice Astaldi on the balance 
beam and horse, and Candy Rock 
in free exercise. This first meet, 
held at Longmeadow High School, 
was a great success due to the large 
audience of Longmeadow students 
(mostly boys!) and the excellent 
showing made by the team. 




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DRILL TEAM 



FRONT ROW: Penny Graham; Sue Pierson; Jean Sum- 
mersgill; Meredith Mudgett; Nancy Almgren; Lynn Daven- 
port; Judy Leers; Sue Henry; Janice Holter; Judy Waskie- 
wicz. 

SECOND ROW: Marilyn Goldstein; Margie Taylor; Betty 
Fein; Barbara Corcoran; Sue Valliere; Sue Hulit; Karen 
Talbot; Marion Bartlett; Ann Jackson; Janice Siegel. 



THIRD ROW: Sue Shepard; Mary Burridge; Janice Tem- 
ple; Nancy Lynch; Kaethe Cosgriff; Robin Atkinson; Mary 
Hollabaugh; Andrea Henry; Paula Lichter. 
BACK ROW: Laurie Ronaldson; Jane Charlesworth; Chris 
Basdekis; Alice Varney; Lora Ekmejian; Alice Underwood; 
Sue Hayes. 



DRILL TEAM 

The Longmeadow High School 
Drill Team is a team in the true 
sense of the word. Under the lead- 
ership of Captain Nancy Almgren, 
and Co-Captain Ann Jackson, the 
girls practiced diligently, morn- 
ings and afternoons, to perfect 
routines for all home football and 
basketball games. To increase the 
team's "pulling-together spirit," a 
change was made this year. Instead 
of the captain's composing all the 
drills, some of the routines for bas- 
ketball season were made up by 
the members. 

At "Dad's Day," sponsored by 
the Student Council, the Drill 
Teamers did their part by greeting, 
and seating the "football dads." 




BASKETBALL TEAM 

Miss Kyle; Kaki Beilby; Leslie Dierauf; Rita Mailman; Pam 
Regan; Nita Walter; Janet Goff; Cindy Tebaldi; Carol 
Atwood. 



GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM 



During the winter months, the boys were not 
the only Longmeadow High students practicing 
faithfully for the basketball season. The Girls' Bas- 
ketball Team met faithfully each afternoon as Miss 
Kyle assisted the girls with shooting, passing, and 
many other skills in which a varsity team must be 



proficient. The team's efforts were rewarded as they 
gave strong performances in two games with Suf- 
field. The promise for next year is excellent too. as 
this talented team is made up of many juniors who 
will be able to play again. 



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FRONT ROW: Joyanne Marcus; Mimi Wiley; Alice Varney; Janet 
Goff; Meredith Fordyce; Cindy Tebaldi; Ann Jackson; Mary Alice 
Astaldi; Karen Hardy; Suzanne Valliere; Nita Walter; Debbie Fris- 
bie; Sue Sterritt. SECOND ROW: Sue Henry; Judy Melvin; Ann 
Gostyn; Mary Burridge; Carolyn Snow; Bonnie Smith; Candy Rock; 
Judy Little; Chris Basdekis; Barbara Licht; Meredith Mudgett; Con- 



LEADERS' CLUB 



In each physical education class 
there are several members of the 
Longmeadow High School Leaders' 
Club assisting the gym teacher. 
These Leaders' Club members are 
boys and girls chosen for their 
athletic ability, leadership qualities, 
and responsibility. In addition to 
their gym class duties, Leaders' 
Club members help with the in- 
tramural program, gymnastic meets, 
and any other special events having 
to do with physical education. 

Perhaps the biggest project un- 
dertaken by the Leaders' Club is 
the annual Sock Hop. This year the 
Sock Hop proved to be very pop- 
ular and the Leaders' Club will use 
the money raised for an outing at 
the end of the year. 




nie Bray. THIRD ROW: Jeff Lyman; Jim Purdy; Bob Cohen; Steve 
Goldberg; Bob Mauterstock; Alan Cowles; Wells Chandler; Gary 
Gibbons; Steve Parker; Joe Rowland; Rich Page. FOURTH ROW : 
Don Greenwell; Gil Upson; John Potter; Murray Leety; Dick Bond; 
Rick Cowles; Peter Leven; Jim Finn; Ron Kuzon; Reed Cruess; Dave 
Streeter. BACK ROW: Mr. D'Agostino; Miss Kyle; Mr. Harris. 



FRESHMAN 
CHEERLEADERS 



FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS 

FRONT ROW: Page Pearson; Peggy Melvin, Cyn- 
thia Manzi; Marguerite Donovan. 
BACK ROW: Joanne Davenport; Suzanne Childs; 
Marilyn Nye; Chris Zacarian; Helen Triouleyre. 



A new sparkle was added to 
sports life at Longmeadow High 
School with the creation of a 
freshman cheerleading squad. Led 
by co-captains Peggy Melvin and 
Chris Zacarian, and assisted by Miss 
Bonnie Kyle, the novices cheered 
for the Freshman Basketball Team. 

The girls have shown originality 
both in the cheers they use and 
in the choice of their uniforms — 
black skirts and white sweaters, 
instead of the traditional Lancer 
plaid. Cheering on the freshman 
squad will provide valuable expert 
ience for future varsity cheer- 
leaders. 



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GIRLS' FIELD HOCKEY 



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GIRLS' FIELD HOCKEY 

Girls' interschool competition began this fall with 
the Field Hockey Team. Made up almost entirely of 
girls who were playing their first season of field 
hockey, the team made impressive showings against 
such formidable opponents as East Longmeadow and 
MacDuffie. Facing frigid temperatures as the season 
entered November, the team was forced to wear 
football coats and earmuffs at one of the games 
against MacDuffie! Longmeadow High School should 
be proud of these girls who represented our school 
with skill and sportsmanship. 



FRONT ROW: Kaki Beilby; Jill Parker; Joan Finn; Carol 
Tebaldi; Barbara Franklin; Leslie Dierauf; Helen Triou- 
leyre; Connie Young; Carol Atwood; Cynthia Manzi. 
MIDDLE ROW: Brooks Young; Pam Regan; Lynn Daven- 
port; Alice Varney; Debbie Noone; Dee Dibble; Carol 
Petrie. 

BACK ROW: Terry Coon; Joyanne Marcus; Karen Hardy; 
Barbara Licht; Mary Alice Astaldi; Mimi Wiley; Meredith 
Fordyce; Sue Hennick; Janet Goff; Ann Gostyn; Cindy 
Tebaldi; Nita Walter; Miss Kyle. 



LOOKING AT SPORTS 




Intramural Bowling Champions: Hoyt Poole; Jim 
Bateman; Chuck Long; Art Bloom; Bruce Williams. 



Parker's going to get this touchdown! 




Bruce Sutherland questions 
Coach Harris about the next 
play. 





Yea, Mary Alice! 



Harry Ehrlich rushes 
toward the cage! 




Margie told Laura it was 
a good serve! 




Intramural Basketball Champions: FIRST ROW: 
Terry Ward; Bob Cohen; Jack Sickel. SECOND 
ROW: Tom Donnelly; Bob Fagin; Steve Gold- 
berg; Ron Kuzon. 




The Lone Lancer! 



Make that basket! 



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vivid, and beautiful/' 



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CLASS HISTORY 



As the drawbridge opened on our freshman year, we 
entered the hierarchy of high school life, as lowly Pages. 
We were already anticipating the day, three years hence, 
when we would be mighty Lancers. Yet, we still cherished 
our newly-acquired positions as high school students. While 
we were staggering under the unaccustomed burden of 
high school work, our class advisers, Miss Baird and Mr. 
Joly, aided us in conducting class elections. We chose 
Charles Carter, Steve Parker, Meredith Mudgett, and Bar- 
bara Licht to lead our class. Next we cast our ballots for 
Meredith Mudgett, Mary Alice Astaldi, Frank Kraft, and 
Charles Carter, as our representatives to the Student Coun- 
cil Round Table. 

Our duties as Pages included serving as slaves and glad- 
iators at the Latin Banquet. Also, nine of our girls, Sue 
Dale, Jean Summersgill, Sue Henry, Sandy Dyson, Mere- 
dith Fordyce, Sue Sterritt, Liza Stokes, Carolyn Snow, and 
Karen Stothert, appearing as Vestal Virgins, sang Latin 
chorals. 

However, we freshmen soon proved our mettle in com- 
petition with upperclassmen. In the annual Science Fair, 
David Barrett and Gregory Pearson received Honorable 
Mention. David's project, "Preparation of Organic Dye- 
stuffs," involved the arduous preparation of polychromatic 
dyes. In his detailed work, "Phase Equilibrium," Greg 
plotted the freezing points of various salt-water mixtures. 
In the field of dramatics Karen Stothert distinguished her- 
self as understudy for Mama in "Papa is All." 

Carrying our colors, many of our freshman boys dem- 
onstrated unusual athletic ability. Steve Goldberg, an out- 
standing football player, was selected for the varsity foot- 
ball team. Steve Parker excelled in football, basketball, and 
baseball; Charles Carter in football, hockey, and baseball; 
and Gary Gibbons starred in soccer, basketball, and base- 
ball. Among our other champions were David Streeter and 
Rick Cowles, who excelled in soccer; and Frank Kraft, who 
did the same in hockey. 

En masse, we freshmen displayed our school spirit by 
cheering for our varsity basketball team at the exciting 
Small School Invitational Basketball Tournament in March. 
Our team tried valiantly to beat Amherst Regional High 
School, but we missed the victory by three points. 

Finishing the year with a flourish, we staged a success- 
ful dance, "Spring on Wings." Then we fastened our 
hopes on the next year, when we would don the garments 
of older, wiser, and more sophisticated Squires. 

The next fall, eager to make our mark at Longmeadow 
High, we plunged enthusiastically into school activities. 

Once again we elected class officers: Steve Parker, presi- 
dent; Charles Carter, vice-president; Meredith Mudgett, 
secretary; and Kathy Kelly, treasurer. Our new leaders 
quickly began preparations for our annual class dance, 
which this year had a wintry theme, "Ice Palace." 

During this year we found many new opportunities to 
prove our merit. In March, a Model Congress assembled 
at A.I.C., with Peter Cherbas, David Arlen, Guy Lithwin, 
and Aron Kronenberg as our representatives. Each dele- 
gate presented a bill; the Congress passed Aron Kronen- 
berg's bill concerning "the licensing of foreign radio ama- 
teurs in the United States and its possessions and terri- 



tories." A similar venture, the Model United Nations at 
Wellesley College, was attended by sophomores Karen 
Stothert, Kathy Kelly, John Baron, and David Barrett as 
"delegates from Thailand." Before going to Wellesley, this 
group visited the United Nations at New York, in order 
to confer with the ambassador from Thailand about Thai 
policy. 

At the Science Fair, we Squires proved that some know- 
ledge was seeping through our iron helmets: Linda Silver- 
man won first prize in the general science division with her 
project, "The Science of Clocks and Calendars"; in the 
field of physics, Peter Cherbas' explanation of "The Value 
of Pi" received honorable mention; and "Fridel-Crafts Syn- 
thesis" by David Barrett placed third in the chemistry 
division. 

To add a light note to the year, our Student Council rep- 
resentatives, Mary Alice Astaldi, Meredith Mudgett, Steve 
Parker and Charles Carter, helped to sponsor a teachers' 
baby-picture contest. Miss Gadaire and Mr. Suher were 
crowned queen and king of Babyland, amid general hilarity 
and rejoicing. 

The great success of Lancer sports this year was naturally 
due to the addition of several sophomores to the varsity 
teams. Steve Goldberg was an outstanding member of the 
football team, the only undefeated team in Western Massa- 
chusetts. Bill Matulewicz helped the varsity basketball team 
to win every game except one, while Steve Parker led the 
junior varsity. First place in the Suburban League was won 
by our excellent hockey team, assisted by sophomores Dave 
Streeter and Frank Kraft. 

Lancers were also well represented at the Western Mas- 
sachusetts Small Schools Tournament, where our twice-vic- 
torious basketball team lost in the third and final round 
to Ludlow by the disappointing score of 41-39. 

Although there was no Girls' Sport Night, Pam Regan, 
Mary Alice Astaldi, and Barbara McGuire successfully rep- 
resented our school at several gymnastic meets. 

At the end of the year everyone flocked to the very 
successful production of Oklahoma! which was under the 
direction of Mr. Burkle and Mr. Warner. Elinor Shatz 
as "Aunt Eller," and David Streeter as "Will Parker" 
skillfully represented our class in leading roles. Charles 
Carter, Steve Fox, Steve Parker, and Craig Jackson also 
played well in supporting roles. 

As we grew in years, so we grew in importance until 
we reached our experimental period — that of Standard 
Bearers. In this capacity it was our responsibility to aid our 
upperclassmen, and to prove ourselves worthy of the posi- 
tion we would assume as seniors. Leading our class were 
our efficient officers: Steve Parker, president, Jim Finn, vice- 
president, Meredith Mudgett, secretary, and Nancy Almgren, 
treasurer. 

In junior year we felt the growing responsibilities of 
leadership. Our last two years spent- as Pages and Squires 
seemed, in retrospect, to have been carefree and gay. We 
rose to this challenge; many of the members of our class 
brought us fame. Karen Stothert was chosen as the co- 
editor of the Masacksic, training for the full responsibility 
she would assume in senior year. In the field of entertain- 
ment, Greg Grandison and Dave Streeter received parts in 



1963 



the school's production of The Skin of Our Teeth. In girls' 
sports Mary Alice Astaldi and Karen Hardy were elected to 
carry the standards into the Jet and White fight. Nancy 
Almgren and Pam Regan served as co-captains for the Drill 
Team and Cheerleaders respectively, waving our banners 
at all the competitions- 
Unwilling to let our predecessors outdo us, our class 
took an active part in the American Field Service pro- 
gram. From a distinguished field of semi-finalists (Greg 
Pearson, Meredith Mudgett, and Louise Seigel), Mary Alice 
Astaldi was chosen to represent us in the Philippines dur- 
ing the summer. Heading the AFS drive and serving on the 
selection committee were the two student representatives, 
Greg Pearson and Judy Leers. 

Spurred on by praise, we raised our banners even higher, 
and our Student Council sent Meredith Mudgett as its 
representative to Student Government Day. "Funday" also 
brought us merit as Jim Finn and Steve Parker arranged 
the show in which juniors participated. 

The culmination of our activities as Standard Bearers 
came with the presentation of our Junior Prom, "Camelot," 
organized around a medieval setting by co-chairmen Jim 
Finn and Nancy Almgren. Reigning as king and queen 
were Jim Finn and Mary Alice Astaldi. 

Our prowess in the field of sports was shown by the 
members of the junior class who were honored for their 
ability. Spurring our football team to victory were Steve 
Parker, Bob Cohen, and Steve Goldberg; and playing on 
the soccer team were Dave Streeter, Rick Cowles, Jim 
Finn, Rich Page, and Gary Gibbons. Winter sports were 
also dominated by our class members: Dave Streeter and 
Frank Kraft in hockey; and Steve Parker, Tom Donnelly, 
Bob Patterson, Steve Goldberg, and Bill Matulewicz in 
basketball. In the spring our baseball team was bolstered 
by Reed Cruess, Ron Kuzon, and Tom Donnelly, while our 
tennis team included Jim Sagalyn, Rich Page, Jim Bate- 
man, and Steve Fox. Rounding out the sports scene was 
the golf team with its members Dave Streeter, Frank Kraft, 
Mike Betley, Steve Roberts, Bob Patterson, and Craig 
Jackson. 

Our endeavors as Standard Bearers were rewarded at the 
final assembly in May, when book awards were given and 
Honor Society members were honored for their achieve- 
ments. Meredith Mudgett and Suzanne Valliere were se- 
lected as representative and alternate to Girls' State, and 
Mary Alice Astaldi, as Honorary Host to the Governor at 
the Eastern States Exposition. 

Completing our busy junior year we found ourselves 
ready for the big step that awaited us. We would now ex- 
change our positions as Standard Bearers for those of 
Longmeadow Lancers. 

With the addition of a large freshman class to Long- 
meadow High School, we seniors witnessed several inno- 
vations in the school routine. To accommodate the increased 
number of pupils, the school administrators, directed by 
our new superintendent, Dr. Robert Russell, added a fourth 
lunch period and changed the two activity periods at the 
end of the day to a shortened G-Block. Also they trans- 
formed the Student Activities Room into Classroom 37. 
The language department installed a language lab for 
supplementary French, Spanish and Latin instruction. The 



Business Club, under the direction of Mr. Dankevich, in- 
troduced a school bookstore. Lastly, the student body es- 
tablished three new clubs, the Ski Club, the Riding Club, 
and the Great Books Club. 

As the year progressed, the bulging school population 
neccessitated additional classroom and cafeteria space. Plans 
for these needed additions were drawn up and passed at 
the town meeting in March. 

Ably leading the pupils of Longmeadow High School 
in the Student Council were three members of our class, 
Steve Parker, president; Meredith Mudgett, secretary; and 
Mary Alice Astaldi, treasurer. Serving as senior class officers 
were Jim Finn, president; Richard Cowles, vice-president; 
Meredith Mudgett, secretary; and Nancy Almgren, treasurer. 

Our class proved itself composed of brilliant scholars 
and accomplished musicians as well as capable leaders. Four 
of our members (John Baron, Peter Cherbas, Martha Gal- 
braith, and Frank Weitzman) reached the finalist stage of 
the National Merit Scholarship Competition. Twelve sen- 
iors (David Arlen, David Barrett, Judy Leers, Chuck Long, 
Richard Page, Greg Pearson, Robert Russell, Jack Settle, 
Janice Siegel, Karen Stothert, Freya Wolk, and Peter Yea- 
ger) received letters of commendation. Also nine seniors 
(Martha Galbraith, Carolyn Zwirn, Jack Settle, Sandy Dy- 
son, Mary Lane, Taffy O'Donnell, Meredith Mudgett, Judy 
Waskiewicz, and Frank Weitzman) won awards for their 
essays on patriotism submitted during their junior year. 
Representing the senior class at the Western Massachusetts 
District Concert were eleven of our members: in the chorus 
were Sandy Dyson, Craig Jackson, and David Streeter and 
taking part in the orchestra were John Baron, Ronni 
Bloom, Roy dela Cruz, Gregory Pearson, Karen Stothert, 
and Peter Cherbas. Peter, a talented violinist, also qualified 
for the All-Eastern Orchestra. Debbie Frisbie represented 
Longmeadow in the District Band. 

The fall football tourney was dominated by our team, 
led by Steve Goldberg, Bob Cohen, and Steve Parker. We 
won every game; thus we completed the school's second 
undefeated season in a row and became the only western 
Massachusetts football team to do this. We carried the 
Suburban League Crown to our great hall and placed it 
with the other trophies our champions have won. In soc- 
cer, our team placed second in the Pioneer Valley League, 
sparked by the excellent playing of Richard Cowles, Jim 
Finn and Gary Gibbons. In basketball, Bill Matulewicz, 
assisted by Gary Gibbons and Steve Parker, boosted our 
lagging team. David Streeter, powerful defenseman, helped 
our fledging hockey squad. 

Many of our number also took part in "South Pacific," 
the school play. Leading the cast of amateurs were Ronni 
Bloom as Nellie Forbush, David Streeter as Lieutenant 
Cable and Mary Alice Astaldi as Liat. Steve Fox, Bob Pat- 
terson, Craig Jackson, Gene Sokolowski, Sue Hulit, Sandy 
Dyson, Libby Pierce and several other talented seniors 
played their parts in making this musical production a 
success. 

As seniors, we proudly carried on the Lancer tradition. 
In our studies and extracurricular activities we proved 
ourselves capable leaders. Having passed the successive 
ranks of Page Squire, and Standard Bearer, we now as 
Lancers, merited the accolade of graduation. 



SW3! ■ 



CLASS CARICATURES 



NAME 

Constance Adams 
Nancy Almgren 
Steve Alport 
Robin Amyx 
David Aden 
Robert Arnold 
Mary Alice Astaldi 
John Baron 
David Barrett 
Jim Bateman 
Arlene Berkeley 
Mike Betley 
Don Bisesti 
Lynn Blanchette 
Art Bloom 
Ronni Bloom 
Joe Bottone 
Connie Bray 
Bruce Brown 
Barbara Bush 
Marguerite Cayon 
Peter Cherbas 
Barbara Cohen 
Bob Cohen 
Sherri Cohen 
John Condon 
Barbara Corcoran 
Richard Cowles 
Reed Cruess 
Susan Dale 
Constance Darling 
Lynn Davenport 



FOREVER 

active 

on the march 

patient 

talking 

quibbling 

Chip 

writing letters 

looking for coat-checkers 

developing new theories 

polite 

giving her opinions 

wise-cracking 

driving 

studying 

"big time" 

playing her guitar 

cool 

throwing parties 

slim 

"bombing around" 

tiny 

debating 

carrying a ton of books 

burly 

amiable 

standing on the corner 

wondering 

considerate 

wearing plaid pants 

making Sundaes 

"darling" 

flirting 



DESTINED TO BE 

a nurse 

a banker 

a drummer 

a horse trainer 

a congressman 

a diplomat 

Miss America 

a Yali 

a chemist 

a tennis pro 

a model 

a caddy 

a lady's man 

a majorette 

6 feet 

a folk singer 

an executive 

a caterer 

an umpire 

a professional gum chewer 

a giant 

a Liberal 

a party goer 

a bouncer 

a commercial artist 

a contractor 

a platinum blonde 

a soccer coach 

a race driver 

a waitress 

satisfied 

a secretary 



REMEMBERED BY OR FOR 

her Saab 

the Cape 

his motor scooter 

her accent 

Great Books Club 

World Affairs Club 

her "few" activities 

his blush 

his shoes 

his tuba 

her hair styles 

dainty feet 

Mr. Reppucci 

her artistic talent 

his tall tales 

Daddy B. 

his part-time jobs 

her bug 

the fire department 

her knitting 

the Rainbow Girls 

his fiddle 

her stories 

his Olds 

her work on the Masacksic 

his red truck 

her rec' room 

his walk 

his hair 

Bliss Road playground 

her bridge parties 

her voice 



126 



NAME 



FOREVER 



DESTINED TO BE 



REMEMBERED BY OR FOR 



Lawrence Day 
Roy dela Cruz 
Tom Donnelly 
Sandy Dyson 
Don Eberhardt 
Bob Fagin 
Betty Fein 
John Filkins 
Jim Finn 
Dave Fisher 
Meredith Fordyce 
Steve Fox 
Louise Freedman 
Debbie Frisbie 
Martha Galbraith 
Reggie Gebeau 
Gary Gibbons 
Andy Gilmour 
Margo Godfrey 
Steve Goldberg 
Rick Gordon 
Penney Graham 
Arthur Haaxma 
Karen Hardy 
Harvey Heafitz 
Sue Henry 
Al Hoekstra 
Janice Holter 
Sue Hulit 
Craig Jackson 
Ronnie Johnston 
Scott Kahn 
Anita Klempner 
Ronnie Kuzon 



wearing taps 

friendly 

"General" 

in a frenzy 

toting his brief case 

"Gus" 

herself 

quiet 

popular 

bowling 

prepared 

growing 

getting ads 

cheery 

going to New York 

neatly dressed 

with Jim 

in Springfield 

"Mugs" 

hacking off 

borrowing 

agreeable 

studying vocabulary 

in a hurry 

unshaven 

"Hank" 

joking 

saying, "Oh, my heart" 

in pursuit 

in Wilbraham 

scrounging 

cramming 

thinking 

talking in circles 



a bassoon player 

remembered by all 

electronics engineer 

a school teacher 

a cigarette salesman 

a boxer 

a philosopher 

a mathematician 

a mechanic 

a fisherman 

a nurse 

a politician 

a French teacher 

a band leader 

Phi Beta Kappa 

a colonel 

a public address system 

a jockey 

an equestrian 

a pro football player 

an expresso blender 

a teacher 

a Boston taxi driver 

a gymnast 

a mathematics teacher 

cosmopolitan 

a florist 

without crutches 

caught 

a cartoonist 

a bagpiper 

a dentist 

a psychoanalyst 

a playboy 



his wild shirts 

his gracious smile 

Ben Casey 

singing 

Mr. Rossiter 

the New York trip 

her shift 

Lyrics 

his green Corvair 

his debating 

her skiing 

his wit 

Teen Council 

the wedding 

her effortless "A's" 

the Marines 

Mr. Josselyn 

his rambling Rambler 

her aching back 

his curls 

his yearly haircuts 

her composure 

his comments 

her sparkle 

Mr. North 

her bright eyes 

his V.W. 

her casts 

her hairdos 

his many flames 

his grin 

Virgil 

her gaiety 

his home 



127 



NAME 

Mary Lane 
Alan LaRose 
Teddy Lawton 
Judy Leers 
Barbara Licht 

Guy Lithwin 
Chuck Long 
Steve Marcus 
Bill Matulewicz 
Joan Meunier 
Nancy Milton 
Maryann Moquin 
Meredith Mudgett 
Anne Murphy 
Joel Nelson 
Joy Nettleton 
Daniel O'Connor 
Taffy O'Donnell 
Jim O'Grady 
Rich Page 
Arnold Paperno 
Steve Parker 
Bob Patterson 
Greg Pearson 
Libby Pierce 
Susan Pierson 
Cathy Pitkat 
Hoyt Poole 
Joyce Raymond 
Pamela Regan 
Rico Ricci 
Pamela Rich 
Bonnie Richards 
Steve Roberts 



FOREVER 

typing 

drawling 

studying vocabulary 

dragging her books 

gabbing 

striving 
talking sports 
in the supply room 
Tuli 

in T-ville 
typing 
annoyed 

our class secretary 
"Murph" 
"Red" 
quiet 
"Okey" 
frank 
denying 
sarcastic 
confused 
"figuring" 
"the Rebel" 
taking pictures 
sleeping 
vociferous 
cheerful 
bowling 
pessimistic 
shouting 
combing his hair 
worrying 
in love 
well dressed 



DESTINED TO BE 

a secretary 

a jet pilot 

a tennis instructor 

an art critic 

mother of her own 
football team 

a history teacher 

a hurler 

a quartermaster 

a basketball star 

a stock car racer 

the first married 

a homemaker 

a speling champpian 

a ski instructor 

a ski bum 

a violinist 

a hot rodder 

a comedienne 

in the Mafia 

a critic 

a mathematician 

a Wilson man 

a bachelor 

a mortician 

"off key" 

quiet 

a librarian 

a score keeper 

a French teacher 

a gymnast 

a private-eye 

a hair stylist 

a speed typist 

a boulevardier 



REMEMBERED BY OR FOI 

the Essay Contest 
his speed 
his guitar 
her green bag 
her charm 

the wrestling team 

his penny-ante poker 

Mr. Dankevich 

the team 

her accidents 

her airman 

her neatness 

her versatility 

her smile 

his freckles 

the boys in her math class 

his wit 

her antics 

Wildroot Charlie 

the N.H.S. 

his "phantom car" 

his early bedtime 

his drawl 

Mr. Lynch 

Mr. Houle 

her laugh 

The Masacksic 

his intramural teams 

E. L. Friendly 's 

the tramp 

his eyes 

her V.W. 

her boyfriends 

his Corvette 



128 




NAME 

Joe Rowland 
Bob Russell 
Jim Sagalyn 
Jeanne Sanders 
Helen Savio 
Jack Settle 
Elinor Shatz 
Janice Siegel 
Linda Silverman 
Christie Smith 
Carolyn Snow 
Gene Sokolowski 
Peter Stahl 
Susan Sterritt 
Karen Stothert 
Dave Streeter 
Jean Summersgill 
Karen Talbot 
Marjorie Taylor 
Sharon Texeira 
Tom Tiedgen 
Sue Valliere 
Ronnie Vollmar 
Terry Ward 
Judy Waskiewicz 
David Webber 
Frank Weitzman 
Marjorie Wiley 
Judi Wilson 
Jeanette Wolf 
Freya Wolk 
Peter Yeager 
Brooks Young 
Carolyn Zwirn 



FOREVER 



DESTINED TO BE 



grinning 


a comedian 


mailing letters 


fat 


skiing 


at the top of the ladder 


ringing up sales 


a secretary 


worrying about her rugs 


a hula dancer 


scheming 


a bookie 


running errands 


a No-Doz salesgirl 


contemplating 


a scholar 


"arty" 


a note compiler 


snoozing 


a mattress salesman 


"Captain" 


a Hawaiian 


genial 


a bon vivant 


breaking slide rules 


a college "prof" 


chattering 


an Anglia salesgirl 


hurrying 


a mountain climber 


botching experiments 


an actor 


the middleman 


late 


meticulous 


a driving instructor 


in "Home Ec" 


a "bakeress" 


calm 


a nurse 


scheming 


a bartender 


leaving town 


a minister 


wearing vests 


a veterinarian 


messin' around 


a school teacher 


sewing 


a fashion designer 


a gentleman 


a Marine 


quoting 


a human I.B.M. 


Mimi 


tall 


serene 


a fashion co-ordinator 


sighing 


an "economist" 


looking up 


a gossip columnist 


with Jack 


a Christmas tree-raiser 


running around 


a race driver 


last 


a salezivoman 



REMEMBERED BY OR FOR 

everyone 

the superintendent 

his red ties 

her sunny personality 

her giggling 

Outlet 

"her tears" 

her stare 

her sophistication 

his Fords 

her F-85 

the girls 

his bicycle 

her giggling 

her vocabulary 

his questioning 

her laugh 

her driveway 

"Kimmels" 

her "A's" in chemistry 

the cards 

her friendliness 

the A.V.A. club 

the gang 

Miss Eaton's cello 

hitting trees, walls, poles, etc. 

his orations 

Hampton Beach 

Iota 

her typing 

her happiness 

stop signs 

Pam 

her "Z" 



129 




Essay Contest Winners 



FRONT ROW: Carolyn Zwirn; Martha 
man; Mary Lane; Meredith Mudgett; 



AWARDS 



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Girls' State: Suzanne Valliere and Mere- 
dith Mudgett. D.A.R. Award: Mere- 
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Galbraith; John Settle. BACK ROW: Frank Weitz- 
Sandra Dyson; Judy Waskiewicz. 

Last spring at the annual Honors Assembly, 
five students were awarded book prizes by the 
alumni associations of well-known colleges and 
universities. John Baron received the Harvard 
Book Award; Peter Cherbas, the Williams 
award; Martha Galbraith, the Radcliffe award; 
Richard Page, the Dartmouth award; and John 
Settle, the Brown award. 

At the same assembly, Meredith Mudgett 
was appointed Longmeadow High School's 
delegate to Girls' State at Bridgewater State 
College, with Suzanne Valliere as alternate. In 
June, Meredith attended the week -long session 
of Girls' State to learn about local and state 
government. Meredith was also the recipient 
of the D. A. R. Award, given for outstanding 
qualities of citizenship. 

Mary Alice Astaldi was chosen to be a 
Governor's Aide at the Eastern States Exposi- 
tion, where aides accompany the governors on 
a tour of the Exposition. 

"My Responsibilities as an American Citi- 
zen" were explained by students entering the 
annual Junior Essay Contest, sponsored by the 
Longmeadow Men's Club. This year Martha 
Galbraith won first prize; Carolyn Zwirn, sec- 
ond; and John Settle, third. Sandra Dyson, 
Mary Lane, Meredith Mudgett, Taffy O'Don- 
nell, Judith Waskiewicz and Frank Weitzman 
received honorable mention. Later all nine 
students were honored at a Men's Club dinner. 




Dartmouth Book Award: 
Richard Page 




Harvard Book Award: John Baron 



Williams Book Award: 

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Radcliffe Book Award: 
Martha Galbraith 



Brown Book Award: John Settle 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 



ADVERTISER PAGE 

A 

Alamac Knitting Mills Inc 163 

American Legion Post No. 175 159 

Anderson and Co 159 

Andersen Windowalls 164 

Arkay Shops 159 

B 

Bay Path Junior College 165 

Beaulieu Chevrolet Inc 165 

Beauty Shop On The Green 160 

Belmont Driving School Inc 160 

Belmont Laundry and Custom Dry Cleaners 159 

Blake's House of Banquets 158 

Bliss Pharmacy Inc 158 

Bob's Variety Store 158 

C 

Carborundum Co 166 

Chapdelaine, Joseph, & Sons, Inc 158 

Chief Walmer's Driving School 167 

Chippy's Barber Shop 166 

Ciciarelli Insurance Agency, Inc 161 

Class of '64 157 

Class of '65 168 

Class of '66 149 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Springfield, Mass 166 

Corcoran, Edward F., Co 166 

D 

Dale Brothers Laundries Inc 167 

Dave's Foodtown Super Markets 167 

E 

Earle's Wallpaper & Paint Co., Inc 161 

Economy Furniture Co., Inc 145 

Elcee Builders Inc 167 

F 

Facey, Albert J 174 

Fairbanks Auto School 176 

Forest Products Co. of East Longmeadow Inc. 174 

Freedman, A. L., Co., Inc 174 

Friendly Ice Cream Corp 154 

G 

Gilbert's Bookshop 182 

Guthrie Fence Co., Inc 168 



ADVERTISER PAGE 

H 

Hallen Construction Co., Inc 175 

Hayden Wayside Furniture Co 174 

Hillhouse Ltd 175 

Holyoke Machine Co 169 

Howard Johnson's 175 

I 

Ideal Budget Plan Inc 180 

J 

Joffe Oil Co 175 

Jones, Ralph D., Inc 181 

K 

Kane Furniture Co 151 

Kelly-Fradet Lumber Co., Inc 169 

Kimball Container Co 171 

Kimmell's Bakery & Delicatessen 151 

Kittredge, M. J., Inc 145 

Klempner, H., Co 151 

L 

Landen-True Inc 156 

Library Book House 150 

Longmeadow Barber Shop 153 

Longmeadow Beauty Salon 157 

Longmeadow Flowers 152 

Longmeadow Garage 150 

Longmeadow Pharmacy Inc 150 

Longueil Transportation Inc 150 

Loring Studios 142 

M 

M. & L. Plastics 145 

Mansfield Paper Co., Inc 145 

Mario's Barber Shop 182 

Mascaro's Florist 151 

Midtown Recreation Bowling Alleys 176 

Milton's, Ted, Select Cars 153 

N 

National Gage and Die Co., Inc 176 

New England Container 148 

New England Telephone and Telegraph Co 183 

O 

Okun Furniture Co 177 



138 



ADVERTISER PAGE 

P 

Page, Frank M., Inc 177 

Paramount Theater 177 

Patrons 140-141 

Penney, J. C, Co 152 

Phelon, R. E., Co., Inc 170 

Pioneer Valley Real Estate Agency 144 

Press, I. M., Formal Shop 178 

Price Associates Inc 178 

Provencher, Roy, Builder 177 

R 

Reid, A. R 144 

Roberts, F. L., & Co., Inc 156 

Ryland, Thomas P., Co., Inc 178 

S 

Separate Shop, The 172 

Shaker Bowl 179 

Shakour Laboratories Inc 162 

Short Line of Connecticut Inc 149 

Smith, Kellogg A. F, Inc 144 

Smith Pharmacy & Co 173 

Souliere Building Corp 173 

Spalding, A. G., & Brothers Inc 155 



ADVERTISER PAGE 

Sports Cars of Springfield Inc 179 

Springfield Gas Light Co 147 

Springfield Offset and Printing Co., Inc 144 

Stacy Machine Co., Inc 178 

Standard Industrial Supply Co., Inc 172 

State Line Fine Foods 179 

State Line Service Station and Garage 181 

Steiger's Longmeadow 143 

Student Prince and Fort Restaurant 180 

T 

Town Shop 147 

Trading Post Pharmacy Inc 181 

Trading Post Supermarket 182 

W 

Wallace Manufacturing Corp 181 

White Circle Line 179 

Whittum, Walter, Inc 146 

Winnie's Auto Service 182 

Y 

Yerrall & Yerrall 180 

Young, W. F, Inc 146 

Zundell, Lewis 180 



AND . . . AWAY WE GO ! ! 




BOTTOM ROW: Lynn Davenport, Margo Godfrey, Nancy 
Almgren, Pam Regan, Brooks Young, Ann Murphy, Sue Henry, 
Carolyn Snow, Karen Hardy, Terry Ward, Dan O'Connor, Barb 
Licht, Sue Sterritt, Steve Goldberg, Jean Summersgill, Meredith 
Mudgett, Helen Savio, Connie Darling, Connie Bray, Judy 



Leers, Betty Fein. 

TOP ROW: Jim Sagalyn, Reed Cruess, Steve Roberts, Art 
Bloom, Ronnie Johnston, Bob Cohen, Ronnie Kuzon, Joe 
Rowland, Bob Fagin, Ted Lawton, Joel Nelson, Steve Parker, 
Jim Finn, Rick Cowles, Tom Donnelly, Gary Gibbons. 



The Masacksic Staff is deeply indebted to its patrons and advertisers. 
Without their assistance, this book could not have become a reality. 



Mr. and Mrs. Norman S. Abrahams 

Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Abrahamsen 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Adams 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Adams Jr. 

Mrs. Norman J. Adams 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Adams 

Mr. and Mrs. George E. Aldrich 

Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Almgren 

Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Alport 

Mr. and Mrs. George S. Alspach 

Lt. Col. and Mrs. Wm. W. Amyx 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Arlen 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Arnold Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Astaldi 

Mr. and Mrs. Elliott E. Babb 

Mr. and Mrs. John Baird 

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Baldwin 

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert W. Baron 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Bateman 

Mr. James A. Baxter 

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Betley 

Mr. Randall E. Betsher 

Mr. and Mrs. Dominick T. Bisesti 

Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Blanchette 

Mrs. Elizabeth Allison Blodgett 

Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Bloom 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bloom 

Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bond 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Boynton 

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bray 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Brigham 

Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Brunei 

Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Bush 

Mr. Francis L. Calabrese 

Mr. and Mrs. Murrey A. Candib 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Carter 

Mr. Richard Carville 

Mr. J. G. Cayon 

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Chandler Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cherbas 

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Ciciarelli 

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Clark 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Cohen 

Atty. and Mrs. Louis H. Cohen 

Mrs. Oscar P. Cohen 

Mr. James C. Connor 

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. V. Cook 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cooley 

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Coon Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Corcoran 

Dr. and Mrs. George B. Corcoran Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Stuart F. Cowles 

Mr. and Mrs. Carlton W. Craft 

Mrs. W. Emerson Craig 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F. Dale 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. DAngelo 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Darling 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Davenport Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Davenport 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Day 



Mr. and Mrs. John W. Deely 
Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Diamond 
Mr. and Mrs. Norris E. Dibble 
Mr. and Mrs. Carlo DiGiore 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred R. Diver 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Donnelly 
Mr. and Mrs. Warren L. Donnelly 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Dyson 
Mrs. Fermor Easton 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Ehrlich 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Ekmejian 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Emery 
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fagin 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Feldman 
Major and Mrs. V. W. Ferguson 
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ferris 
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer S. Filkins 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Finn 
Mr. and Mrs. Harland S. Fisher 
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Fisher 
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence R. Flint 
Mr. and Mrs. Reid G. Fordyce 
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Fossa 
Mr. and Mrs. Howard G. Fox 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Fox 
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Freedman 
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Friedlander 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Frisbie 
Mr. John R. Fuller 
Mr. and Mrs. Milo F. Galbraith 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick B. Gibbons 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Gibson 
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Gilmour 
Mrs. Urbano Giuliani 
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Godfrey 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Goff 
Mr. and Mrs. A. Goldberg 
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Goldstein 
Mr. and Mrs. David M. Goodhue 
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Gordon 
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Gorrod 
Mr. James J. Gould 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Graham 
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Gregory 
Mr. and Mrs. Louise P. Grossman 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Gushue 
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haaxma 
Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Hardy 
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney T. Harrington 
Mr. and Mrs. George R. Harwood 
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hastie 
Dr. and Mrs. Donald R. Hayes 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heafitz 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Henry 
Mrs. John F. Hernberg 
Mr. and Mrs. Russell L. Hoekstra 
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hollabaugh 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Holter 
Mrs. Robert Homstead 
Mr. and Mrs. Irving A. Hopkins 



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Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hulit Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Jackson 

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Johnston 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Kana 

Mr. and Mrs. M. Clayton Keiser 

Mr. and Mrs. Graham King 

Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph G. Kraft 

Mr. and Mrs. Kurt R. Krohne 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kuzon 

Mr. George LaGassa 

Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Lane 

Mr. and Mrs. William P. Lauer 

Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Lawton Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Leety 

Dr. and Mrs. J. Leff 

Mrs. John S. Leven 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levine 

Dr. and Mrs. Raymond S. Licht 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Lithwin 

Mrs. Louise Locario 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred W. Long 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene A. Lyman 

Mr. H. W. Machon 

Dr. and Mrs. Frank A. Mahoney 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Marcus 

Mr. and Mrs. Manoog H. Markarian 

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Martin 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Matulewicz 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Maxwell 

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Mayock 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Melvin 

Dr. and Mrs. Harry N. Memery 

Mr. and Mrs. Wilson W. Meunier 

Mrs. Lawrence Milsop 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore P. Milton 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Mitchell 

Mr. and Mrs. Armand R. Moquin 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Moyer 

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Mudgett 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Murphy 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Nannen 

Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Neal 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Nelson 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Noone 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nye 

Mr. and Mrs. John Joseph O'Donnell 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Otto 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Page 

Mr. and Mrs. Clinton P. Paige 

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Paige 

Mr. and Mrs. Albin R. Palczynski Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. Milton L. Palmer 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Parker 

Mr. and Mrs. Jackonon Paperno 

Mrs. Edna B. Parsons 

Mrs. Hazel R. Patten 

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Patterson 

Mr. and Mrs. John Pearson 

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pearson Jr. 

Mr. Ernest L. Peterson 

Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Pierce 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold N. Pierson 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick T. Pitkat 

Mrs. D. B. Poole 

Rev. and Mrs. Francis E. Potter 



Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Preston 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Puffer 

Mr. and Mrs. Amedio G. Raimondi 

Mr. and Mrs. E. Ramberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred M. Raymond 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Reardon 

Mrs. James A. Reed 

Mr. and Mrs. Linwood B. Regan 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Reilly 

Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Reynolds 

Mr. and Mrs. Americo Ricci 

Mr. and Mrs. Alan E. Rich 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Richards 

Mr. and Mrs. Winston H. Richter 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rigali 

Mr. and Mrs. Abbott Roberts 

Dr. and Mrs. Albert C. Rock Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Rodney 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Ronaldson 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Rowland 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert D. Russell 

Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Sanders 

Mr. Leonard Schwartz 

Mr. John M. Sellers 

Mrs. J. Alden Settle 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Shapiro 

Mr. Clark W. Shattuck 

Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Shatz 

Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Shepard 

Mr. and Mrs. George M. Siegel 

Mr. and Mrs. Julius R. Siegel 

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis S. Silverman 

Mr. and Mrs. William P. Simons 

Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sinish 

Mr. Anthony J. Skowyra 

Mrs. Samuel N. Slater 

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sleeper 

Mr. and Mrs. Howland C. Smith 

Dr. and Mrs. Ray T. Smith 

Judge and Mrs. Norman L. Snow 

Mr. Edward J. Stentaford 

Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Sterritt 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Kenneth Stone 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Stothert 

Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Streeter 

Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Summersgill 

Mr. Richard F. Taft 

Mr. and Mrs. Abel Talbot 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. Terry 

Mr. and Mrs. Lester I. Thomas 

Mr. Maurice E. Triouleyre 

Mrs. Ruth B. Valliere 

Mr. Harvey Vigneault 

Major and Mrs. W. J. Waiksnoris 

Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wallace 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Walter 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Waskiewicz 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Weeks Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Wessendorf 

Mr. and Mrs. David Wolk 

Mr. and Mrs. David M. Williams 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wilson 

Mr. and Mrs. Simon Wilson 

Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Yeager 

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford M. Zundell 



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OFFICIAL YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHERS 



Corner of Stearns Square and Bridge St. 
Springfield, Massachusetts 




G. EDWARD CARLSON 

Manager 

SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 
LORING STUDIOS 



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HOW TO SUCCEED WITHOUT REALLY TRYING . . . 



In fashion that is . . . just hop on your bike and whizz to 

Steiger's Longmeadow for clothes that are really "in." 
We've smashing sweaters, separates, kicky classics, 

glamour tricks, fun clothes and off-beat accessories. 



OPEN MON. THURS. FRI. 10 A.M. to 9 P.M. 
OPEN TUES. WED. SAT. 10 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. 




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PIONEER VALLEY 
REAL ESTATE AGENCY 

HAROLD M. CATLIN, Realtor 
Exclusive Representatives 

TRANSAMERICAN 
Real Estate Corp. 

471 LONGMEADOW STREET 

Longmeadow, Massachusetts 

Telephone LO 7-3640 



SPRINGFIELD OFFSET 
& PRINTING CO., INC. 



18 PARK STREET 



Springfield, Massachusetts 



Sam Chester — Irving Rothchild 



For the BEST in Office Equipment 
GET YOUR NEEDS AT REID'S 

A. R. REID 



100 STATE STREET 



Springfield, Massachusetts 



KELLOGG A. F. SMITH 
INC. 

Builders of Distinctive Homes 

Homes and lots for sale 

in 

Longmeadow 

— office — 

134 HILLCREST AVENUE 

Longmeadow, Mass. 



Tel. LO 7-8189 



LO 7-5227 



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M. J. KITTREDGE INC. 

Jewelers 

1354 MAIN STREET 

Springfield, Massachusetts 

Headquarters for 

High School Rings, 

Charms, and Pins 



ECONOMY 



FURNITURE CO. 



1913 MAIN STREET 



SPRINGFIELD MASSACHUSETTS 



MANSFIELD PAPER 
CO., INC. 



187 LIBERTY STREET 



SPRINGFIELD 



MASSACHUSETTS 



M. & L. PLASTIC 
CORP. 



Injection Molding 



Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Leers 



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WALTER WHITTUM'S INC. 

^jjt WOuld be impossible to print here any thought 
impressive enough to cause the reader to buy printing 
from us at some future time. We will not try. We have 
paid money for space in which to express our best wishes 
to those to whom this yearbook is dedicated. We hope 
we will still be producing fine problem - solving printing 
when some of the graduates become purchasing agents. 

WALTER WHITTUM, INC. 

Springfield, Massachusetts 




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Brooksie Young, Pam Regan, Carolyn Snow, Barb Bush, 
Bob Cohen, Ted Lawton, Tom Donnelly 

W. F. YOUNG INC. 

Manufacturers of 
ABSORBINE JR. 



Growing with YOU 



• • • 



tomorrow's leaders 



GAS is widely accepted as a fuel for most Domestic, Com- 
mercial and Industrial applications where any form of heat is 
required. 

The Springfield GAS Light Company is growing rapidly and 
has doubled its sale of GAS in the last five year. GAS IS IN 
CONSTANT DEMAND and the industry has tremendous op- 
portunities for YOU . . . whether you are looking for unlimited 
job opportunities or just wish to secure the best in appliances. 

The Springfield GAS Light Company now serves nearly 2,000 homes in 
Longmeadotv and we sincerely hope to serve you! 




Taffy O'Donnell, Connie Adams, Mary Ann Moquin 

TOWN SHOP 

LONGMEADOW STREET 
Cor. Benedict Ter. 



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Gerry Wess, Art Haaxma, Al Hoekstra 
Harvey Heafitz, Steve Marcus 



NEW ENGLAND CONTAINER COMPANY 



CORRUGATED SHIPPING CASES 



CHICOPEE, MASSACHUSETTS 



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SUCCESS 




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Art Bloom, Don Bisesti 
Mike Betley, Jim Bateman 



SHORT LINE 

OF 

CONNECTICUT, INC. 



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LIBRARY 



BOOK HOUSE 



WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



LONGUEIL 



TRANSPORTATION 



INC. 



LONGMEADOW 
PHARMACY INC. 



159 LONGMEADOW STREET 



LONGMEADOW 



MASSACHUSETTS 



Telephone LO 7-7089 



ROBERT F. SCOTT 
CO., INC. 



Longmeadow Garage 



Service Specialists 



467 LONGMEADOW ST. 



Longmeadow, Mass. 



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KIMMELL'S 
Bakery & Delicatessen 

Birthday, Wedding and All Occasion 
Cake Our Specialty 

Corner 
William Street & Bliss Road 

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Telephone LO 7-3304 — 7-3305 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 

to 

The Class of 1963 

H. KLEMPNER CO. 

Wholesale Jewelers 



60 Vernon Street 




Springfield 



KANE 
FURNITURE CO. 



1139 MAIN STREET 



SPRINGFIELD 



MASSACHUSETTS 




Your Fifth Ave. Florist at the "X' 



^jbflORIST 



513 BELMONT AVENUE 



Springfield 8, Massachusetts 



Flowers of Distinction for Every Occasion < 

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Joseph J. Mascaro, Prop. Tel. RE 3-941 1 J 



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"Congratulations to the 
undefeated football team" 

J. C. PENNEY CO. 

1320 MAIN STREET 
SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



Co-captains Steve Goldberg and Steve Parker 



152 




FTD Member 



473 LONGMEADOW ST. 



Al Hoekstra, Laurie Ronaldson, Mr. Brad Parker 




BRAD PARKER, JR. 



LO 7-3343 



DELIVERIES TO GREATER SPRINGFIELD 



BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '63 




Marilyn and Nancy Milton 

TED MILTON SELECT CARS 

565 MEMORIAL AVE. 
WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 




LONGMEADOW BARBER SHOP 

Anthony Alaimo, Proprietor 
16 BLISS ROAD 



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Gerry Nannen, Paul Jones, 
Margie Taylor, Steve Parker, Jill Parker 



sets the pace in sports 



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Jewelry — Silversmiths 



"Quality Jewelers Since 1862' 



LANDEN-TRUE INC. 



1390 MAIN STREET 



SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



Gary Gibbons and Ann Murphy 



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Steve Goldberg, Steve Roberts, Ronnie Kuzon 





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PEACE OF MIND 

YOUR PETROLEUM NE£DS 



F. L ROBERTS & CO., INC., SPRINGFIELD 





Sue Pierson and Margie Taylor 



LONGMEADOW BEAUTY SALON 

Phone LO 7-5167 
151 LONGMEADOW STREET LONGMEADOW, MASS. 

Air Conditioned 



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VARIETY STORE 



"The Store With Friendly Service" 



At The State Line 



For School Supplies, Cosmetics, and the 

Best Luncheonette In Town 

Come To 

BLISS PHARMACY 
INC. 

Louis H. Selwitz, Ph.G. 

Phone LO 7-3359 

794 WILLIAMS ST. AT BLISS 

Longmeadow, Mass. 

Next to Popular Markets 



BLAKE'S 

HOUSE 
BANQUETS 

Our Specialty 

A FLOORS Of 

ACCOMMODAJTOWS 



15 MARKET STREET 

SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



RE 6-9892 



JOSEPH CHAPDELAINE 
& SONS, INC. 

154 PONDVIEW DRIVE 
Springfield, Massachusetts 
Contractors and Builders 

* 

RE 2-1665 



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Ark ay invites 

You . . . 

to preview its 

Summer Fashions 

ARKAY 

12 VERNON STREET 



SPRINGFIELD 



MASS. 



Best Wishes and, Good Luck 

to the 

CLASS OF 1963 

From the 

ALBERT T. WOOD 

POST 175 
AMERICAN LEGION 




333 BELMONT AVENUE 



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BEAUTY SHOP 
ON THE GREEN 

Josephine M. Lucas, Prop. 

9 CHANDLER AVENUE 
Cor. Chandler Ave. & Longmeado 

LONGMEADOW, MASS. 

Tel. LO 7-5643 

Instant Hair Dryers 



Barb Licht, 
Karen Hardy, Nancy Almgren 




Greg Pearson, John Filkins, Scott Kahn, Roy dela Cruz 



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C.I.A. 
CICIARELLI INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 

The Home of Complete Insurance Service 

United Benefit Life Insurance Co. 

Life — Old Age — Retirement — Annuities 

Underwriters for America's Foremost General Insurance Companies 

Automobile — Fire — Marine — Bonds — Burglary — Glass — Casualty 

"Head office" 

91 Broadway 
Springfield 3, Mass. 

"District office" 

Suite 209 

332 Main Street 

Worcester, Mass. 





1207 SUMNER AVENUE 
Springfield, Mass. Tel. RE 4-9222 

Exclusive Decorator 
Wallpapers & Wallcoverings 

Hours : Daily 8-5:30 — Fri. 8 - 9 P.M. 



Connie Darling, Jean Summersgill 
Dave Streeter, Mike Betley 



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New England's Greatest Name In The 

• Designing • Building • Equipping 

and Supplying of 

BEAUTY SALONS 

• Manufacturing Chemists 



17 Stearns Square 



Springfield, Mass. 



RE 6-1816 




Janice Holter, Barb Corcoran, Ann Murphy, Connie Bray, 
Rick Cowles, Tom Tiedgen, Bob Patterson, Jim Finn 

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Stanley Thai, Rich Thai, 
Sandy Thai, Doug Thai, Judy Benzel 



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Compliments 
of 

ALAMAC KNITTING MILLS, INC. 

34 FRONT STREET 
INDIAN ORCHARD MASSACHUSETTS 



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Dan O'Connor, Mike Connors, Joe Rowland, Ron Johnston, Bill Matulewicz 

JOSEPH H. ROWLAND 
/jjnOCrSCri Regional Sales Manager 

^sfindowalls 20 Wenonah place 



Longmeadow, 



Massachusetts 



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CONTINUED SUCCESS 



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BAY PATH 
JUNIOR COLLEGE 

Courses of Study: 

Executive Secretarial 

Medical Secretarial 

Liberal Arts 



588 Longmeadow Street Telephone LO 7-3 37 1 Longmeadow, Mass. 



Catalog Sent Upon Request 




Jim Purdy, Don Temple, Tim Beaulieu 



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CHIPPY'S 



BARBER SHOP 



786 Williams Street 



£ Longmeadow Massachusetts 



CARBORUNDUM 



COMPANY 



WEST SPRINGFIELD 



MASSACHUSETTS 




Best Wishes to the Class of '63 



E. J. CORCORAN CO. 



Plumbing and Heating 



434 Bliss Road 



Longmeadow 



Massachusetts 



<> 

LO 7-5394 



Refresh... 




add zest 
to the hour 

Bottled under Authority of the 
Coca-Cola Co. by 



The Coca-Cola 
Bottling Co. 

OF SPRINGFIELD, MASSAHUSETTS 
33 Plainfield St. Telephone RE 2-7435 



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Call Evenings 

RE 2-6752 — ST 2-2555 

RE 7-0012 

CHIEF WALMER'S 
DRIVING SCHOOL 

Dual Control Cars 

We Call for you 

19 NORFOLK STREET 

Springfield, Mass. 



DAVE'S FOODTOWN 
SUPER MARKETS 

483 BELMONT AVENUE 

SPRINGFIELD 

— O— 



60 SHAKER ROAD 



EAST LONGMEADOW 




DA LE 3R05 



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RE 6-5491 



472 UNION STREET 



Springfield, Massachusetts 



ELCEE BUILDERS 



QUALITY HOMES 



Philip R. Cohn 
Vice President 



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GUTHRIE FENCE CO. 
Inc. 




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Tom Donnelly, Bob Cohen, Bill Diver, Steve Goldberg, Bob Fagin, Don Temple 



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Jim Sagalyn, Jim Bateman 




KELLY-FRADET 
LUMBER CO., INC. 

557 NORTH MAIN STREET 

East Longmeadow, Massachusetts 

RE 3-6681 

Everything in Building Materials 
for the Home Owner 

Open all day Saturday 

We give S&H Green Stamps 

Local Representative: 
E. J. "Ned" Cummings 

186 WILLIAMS STREET 

Longmeadow, Mass. 

LO 7-7230 



Louise Freedman 



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R. E. PHELON CO., INC. 

and 

PHELON MAGNAGRIP CO., INC. 




Bob Patterson, Jim Finn, 
Ann Murphy, Connie Bray 



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Carol Chereskin, Bruce Van Dolson 
Bob Cohen, Joyce Mulkerin 



KIMBALL CONTAINER COMPANY 

FEEDING HILLS 



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Meredith Mudgert, Judy Leers, Judy Waskiewicz, 
Janice Siegel 

STANDARD INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CO., INC. 

246 CHESTNUT STREET 
SPRINGFIELD MASSACHUSETTS 




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Carol Chereskin, Sue Henry, Carolyn Snow, Helen Savio 

THE SEPARATE SHOP 

LONGMEADOW, MASS. 
"On the Green" 



SOULIERE 
BUILDING 
COMPANY 






Roland and Dolores Souliere 




Joe Rowland, Diane Davenport, Ann Jackson 

SMITH PHARMACY & CO. 



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A. L. FREEDMAN CO. 



Sheet Metal and Roofing Supplies 



SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



RE 7-4794 



FOREST PRODUCTS CO. 

OF EAST LONGMEADOW, INC. 

Lumber — Paints — Hardware 

Millwork — Free Estimating 

Kitchen Cabinets — Pine — Hardwoods 

Formica 

95 SHAKER ROAD 

East Longmeadow, Massachusetts 

Telephone ST 8-7095 — LA 5-3337 



Gifts Diamonds Watches 

Telephone REpublic 2-6500 

OPTICIAN 

ALBERT J. FACEY 

Jeweler at the X 

Complete Jewelry Repair Service 

SPRINGFIELD :: MASSACHUSETTS 

539 SUMNER AVENUE 

573 BELMONT AVENUE 



HAYDEN WAYSIDE 
FURNITURE Inc. 

245 ENFIELD STREET 
Thompsonville Connecticut 




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For any room in the home visit 

Hayden Wayside Furniture 
where you will always find . . . 

Q UA LITY—SER VICE— S A VINGS 



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QillQOUJZ ltd. 



Clothiers — Haberdashers 



REpublic 9-1226 



22 VERNON STREET 



Springfield, Mass. 



HALLEN CONSTRUCTION 
CO., INC. 

Pipelines and Bridges 

139 PARAMOUNT STREET 
Springfield Massachusets 




4210 AUSTIN BOULEVARD 
Island Park New York 



Howard Johnson's 

25 PARK AVENUE 
West Springfield 

< :: > 

RE 2-3877 



JOFFE 



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COMPANY 



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Hoyt Poole, John Baron, Dave Fisher, Pete Yeager 

FAIRBANKS AUTO SCHOOL 



MIDTOWN RECREATION 
BOWLING ALLEYS 

2 ORANGE STREET 

SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

RE 4-97 29 Di Carlo Bros., Prop. 



Air Conditioned, 



National 
Gage and Die Co., Inc. 



11 RAMAH CIRCLE 



AGAWAM 



MASS. 



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OKUN'S 

"With the Red Canopy" 

1891 MAIN STREET 

SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 

Modern — Traditional — Early American 

Bedroom — Livingroom and Diningroom 

Furniture 

General Electric Appliances 



Homes of Distinction 
By Roy Provencher 



21 PRIMROSE DRIVE 



Longmeadow, Massachusetts 



Telephone LO 7-3970 



FRANK M. PAGE INC. 

"Artistry in Flowers" 

Daily deliveries to Springfield 
and suburbs 

43 MAPLE STREET 



East Longmeadow 



Mass. 



Telephone LA 5-3929 



PARAMOUNT 



THEATRE 



Show Place of Western 



Massachusetts 



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Telephone REpublic 6-4711 

I. M. PRESS 
FORMAL SHOP 

"We Will Impress You 
With Our Service" 

CORRECT FORMAL DRESS 

Tuxedos, Full Dress, Cutaways, 

Strollers, White Dinner Jackets 

All Accessories 

for rent and for sale 

326 DWIGHT STREET 

Springfield, Massachusetts 




It isn't a home . . . until it's planted! 

LAWNS — Care, Plantings 

Asphalt Paving 

Landscape Contractors 

Thomas P. Ryland Co., Inc. 

Telephone REpublic 4-7943 
67 JAMES ST. SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



PRICE 



ASSOCIATES 



INC. 



STACY 
MACHINE CO., INC. 



Builders of Special Machinery 



Contract Machine Work 



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SPORTS CARS OF SPFLD. INC. 

"Buy with Confidence" 

Mercedes-Benz . . . Auto Union . . . DKW 

M.G.A Austin-Healey . . . Sprite 

Hillman . . . Alpine . . . Morris 
Humber 



567 MAIN ST. 



ST 8-0979 



Springfield, Mass. 



STATE LINE 
FINE FOODS 

<> 

25 ENFIELD STREET 



Thompsonville 



Connecticut 




Compliments 
of 

SHAKER BOWL 



168 SHAKER ROAD 



East Longmeadow 



Massachusetts 



Frequent Bus Service 

between Longmeadow 

and Springfield 

WHITE CIRCLE LINE 

THOMPSONVILLE, CONN. 
Tel. RI 5-6141 



Coaches available for 
charter service 



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IDEAL 
BUDGET PLAN, INC. 

1421 MAIN STREET 
(corner Vernon St.) 

Springfield, Massachusetts 

Paul Berman, Pres. 



YERRALL & YERRALL 
Real Estate & Insurance 

44 Vernon Street 

Springfield Massachusetts 

Specializing in sale of residential property 
in Springfield and its suburbs 

Longmeadow Representatives: 

MRS. HELEN H. SEABURY 
160 Westmoreland Avenue 
Longmeadow, Massachusetts 

MRS. MATTHEW J. BACHULUS 

33 Tedford Drive 

Longmeadow, Massachusetts 

MRS. FRANCES M. WOODARD 

59 Ridge Road 

East Longmeadow, Massachusetts 



LEWIS ZUNDELL 



Hardware — Paint — Appliances 



770 MAIN STREET 



Springfield, Massachusetts 



Telephone REpublic 3-0912 



ENJOY 

Excellent Food 

Congenial Atmosphere 

Attentive Service 

THE STUDENT PRINCE 

AND 

FORT RESTAURANT 

FORT ST. (Just off MAIN) 
Springfield, Massachusetts 



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State Line Service Station 
and Garage 

1730 LONGMEADOW STREET 



LO 7-7585 



WALLACE 



MANUFACTURING 



CORPORATION 



Phone LO 7-3364 

TRADING POST 
PHARMACY 

903 SHAKER ROAD 

Longmeadow, Massachusetts 

Free Delivery 

Full Line of Cosmetics 
Baby Needs — Luncheonette 



Compliments of 

RALPH D. JONES, Inc. 

Authorized 

VOLKSWAGEN 

Dealer 



SPRINGFIELD 



MASS. 



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Tel. 567-9587 



Tel. LO 7-8009 



WINNIE'S AUTO SERVICE 



Repairing — Towing — Service 



GAS — OIL — TIRES 



410 LONGMEADOW STREET 



LONGMEADOW 



MASS. 



Compliments 
of 

GILBERT'S 
BOOKSHOP 



MARIO'S 
BARBER SHOP 

Mario Magnani, Proprietor 

BEST HAIRCUTS 
IN TOWN 

911 SHAKER ROAD 

TRADING POST SHOPPING 

CENTER 



Discover the Trading Post 

TRADING POST 
SUPERMARKET 

901 SHAKER ROAD 



LONGMEADOW, 



MASS. 



Top Quality Foods 
Tremendous Variety 



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WITHOUT BREAKING STRIDE, 

why not graduate from high school to the Telephone Company? 
You'll love the friendly young people who'll work with you, and the 
many social activities that make your work so pleasant and rewarding. 

OPPORTUNITY IS EXCELLENT 

and your ability will be recognized. Your starting salary should 
climb with regular increases. And, of course, Company benefits, 
security, and regular advancement are well-known reasons why 
working for the Telephone Company is so attractive to graduates. 

TELEPHONE JOBS ARE IMPORTANT, 

vital to the effective communications of the community, the 
nation, and the world. When you take your place as a respected 
member of the telephone community, we'll train you, on full 
salary, even without previous job experience. 

Why not come and see our employment interviewer soon . . . before you 
graduate? Ask your Guidance Counselor to tell you when and where 
to apply. 



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Masacksic Staff 
1963 

Editor-in-Chief Karen Stothert 

Literary co-editors Judy Waskiewicz 

Richard Page 

Art Co-editors Linda Silverman 

Brooks Young 
Craig Jackson 

Sales Managers Sue Dale 

Dee Dibble 

Business Managers Louise Freedman 

James Sagalyn 

Patrons Co-chairmen Barbara Licht 

Ann Murphy 
Janice Holter 

Photography Co-chairmen- Robert Routson 

Richard Rossow 

Treasurer Nancy Almgren 

Secretary Mary Alice Astaldi 

Business Adviser Mr. Maurice Suher 

Art Adviser Miss Lillian Erickson 

Literary Adviser Mr. Kirby Judd 



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